Law & Order Trailer

Law & Order Trailer (1978)

06 April 1978 315 mins

Four-part drama serial about the British juicidal system, dealing with an investigation presented from the perspectives of the police force, the criminal, the solicitor and the prison system.

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Les Blair

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United Kingdom 06 April 1978

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05 April 1978

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05 October 1978

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20 July 1978

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28 July 1978

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07 July 1978

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15 November 1978

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