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Robin Scott is a wealthy, Oxford-educated freelance insurance investigator, skilled in karate and judo, who travels all over the world investigating claims made against insurance companies, while trying to avoid the machinations of his wealthy girlfriend to get him to the altar.Written by
For years no one would believe me when I described this series: a detective who was the first on television to use karate. Was he the first? Of that I am not sure, but he was certainly the first to appear on Detroit television. Undistinguished otherwise, the fight scenes were a revelation in that time of haymakers and wrestling.
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