John Gregson stars as Commander George Gideon, CID in GIDEON’S WAY – a classic ITC crime thriller series based on the books by John Creasey. Extensively shot on location, the documentary style of the direction lends itself wonderfully to fast-paced, thrilling action stories with outstanding performances from guest stars such as Gerald Harper, Alfie Bass, George Cole, Ray McAnally, Rosemary Leach, George Baker and Gordon Jackson.
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Great photography (with the possible exception of some in-car scenes!) and great dialogue with good storylines, loads of familiar 60's actors and maximum nostalgia interest. I just love watching the Wolseley 6/110s being hurled about and they don't all have the same reg. numbers either. Brilliant.
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There were only 26 episodes of Gideon's Way made, but the writing and acting standards throughout are first rate. If you like old 50s and 60s police series such as 'No Hiding Place' and 'Dixon of Dock Green' then you will not be disappointed with this series. John Gregson is perfectly cast as Commander Gideon of Scotland Yard and the support and guest actors play their parts to perfection. Highly recommended and so much more enjoyable than the 'reality' and 'soap opera' tripe we are constantly fed nowadays.
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