Exclusive Preview: ‘Scotland Yard’ 11Jan2013

Introduced by famed criminologist Edgar Lustgarten, this highly successful sister series to The Scales of Justice consists of 39 thrillers drawn from real-life cases in the files of Scotland Yard.  Produced between 1953 and 1961 at Merton Park Studios, stars of these snappy b-movies include Russell Napier, Harry H. Corbett, Peter Bowles, and John Le Mesurier.

Network are pleased to offer one of these thrillers for you to preview free online.  The film will only be available to view until midnight on Sunday 20th January 2013.

Synopsis:  The Grand Junction Case (aka the Trudi Weiss Case)

A woman’s dismembered body is found in a canal, and her edelweiss tattoo gives Duggan a vital lead on the Continent.

Starring Russell Napier, Howard Pays, Wilfred Brambell, Tommy Godfrey, Christine Lander, William Lyon-Brown, John Serret, Diane Lambert, Michael Logan, Dickie Owen, Kenneth J. Warren and Rose Alba

Written by James Eastwood; Directed by Peter Duffell.  UK release date: February 1961

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Please note:  The films available to stream have been prepared solely for use as previews.  They do not represent the final quality of product that will be available in the future via the completed On Demand section of the site.

If you have any comments or queries about these previews, please use the Contact Page or email us directly at  testing@networkdistributing.com. We welcome all feedback about your experience of the website.

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Also Available from Network, Merton Park Studios and Edgar Lustgarten: The Scales of Justice.



  1. paul burn Reply

    no more dodgy copies off ebay excellent picture and sound,and missing episode wall of death what more can you say highly recommend this product

  2. terry barker Reply

    I have waited over 30 years for a release of this unique series, marvelous.

  3. Robert O'Neill Reply

    At long, long last this wonderful show comes to DVD. It is a marvelous companion to Scales of Justice and The Edgar Wallace Mysteries. Keep ‘em coming.

  4. damian magee Reply

    Great to see classic such as this coming out. Thank you network.

  5. Bernard Price Reply

    Don’t know whether to cry over my collection of now obsolete rubbish Edgar Wallace vids or cheer at some decent one at last. What kept you?

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