I enjoy 70s British Dramas & Thrillers, mainly from the ITV stable...some are hit & miss and some are classics due to the acting, pacing of the stories & filming style. When I bought this, I had read the reviews on this....I felt that I wanted to find out for myself, and I'm glad I did...It's an enjoyable, unusual but well produced mini-series, made in 1974 by Southern Television (made famous for making Children's programmes RUNAROUND & WORZEL GUMMIDGE). Starring Peter Sallis (Summer Wine) & John Thaw (Sweeney), the story centers around a vast amount of money that was kept hidden safe in the UK by gangster Al CAPONE, which he raised during the Prohibition period of the 1930's. After two americans are found shot in a small village in England (HAYDOCK to be precise..!!) the police investigate. Also, why they have links to a wealthy businessman, his son and certain friends/associates he knows...?? In each episode, the local police try to link each clue together, but as they do so, more murders take place, and with the help of a mysterious MI5 agent who knows more than he reveals, they piece each link to the whereabouts of the Capone Investment & who is killing off those who are entitled to it's share...! YES, it's dated.....fashions and cars show this, along with, and other reviewers have pointed this out, about the use of 'bue screen' back projection for scenes where actors are in a car with background moving scenes....this doesn't put me off from the great acting, specially in the last episode (NO SPOILERS...!!!), so if you're expecting CGI for 1970s TV drama, you're dreaming....!!! As stated, it's well acted, some 'very light' humour mixed in, some great action scenes & twists & turns that keep you on the edge of your seat.....! Violence is graphic but shown briefly...must have been shown after the watershead, but adds to the tension and overall feel of the series. A must for fans of cult 70s British TV drama. No extras, but if you watch individual eps. 2-6, footage of a caption & voiceover of announcer of storyline summary is included before the episodes which is a nice touch..! TV Dramas & Thrillers of the 70s aren't made like this anymore, and never will be...!