Public Eye: A Box Named Frank
Alfred Burke stars as down-at-heel inquiry agent Frank Marker in this critically acclaimed, long-running drama series. Always working the lower end of the spectrum – divorces, missing persons, bankruptcies – the highly sympathetic character of Marker found great affinity among the viewing public, with Public Eye’s enormous popularity enduring throughout its ten-year lifespan and beyond.
In common with many series made in the 1960s and ‘70s, a large number of episodes were junked; this complete set contains every surviving episode, together with a wealth of special features.
 Exclusive, definitive book on the making of Public Eye by archive television historian Andrew Pixley
 It Must Be the Architecture - Can’t Be the Climate extract
 Interview with Roger Marshall
 Interview with Alfred Burke
 ATV Today – 1966 interview with Alfred Burke
 Twenty Pounds of Heart and Muscle audio soundtrack
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