Returning to England for the first time in ten years to perform at an elite social gathering, American jazz pianist Stan Kay is horrified when in mid-recital he hears the voice of the robber who had blinded him and killed his wife in London bank a decade earlier. Disorientated and panicked, Kay feigns his way through the number before relating the incident to his tour manager Julie. Somewhat taken aback, Julie agrees to help identify who had spoken earlier, but it seems that no-one can recall the interruption. When Kay again hears the voice for a fleeting moment he becomes desperate to find the owner but, unfortunately, his nemesis quickly becomes aware of the impending threat and prepares to act. Unable to leave the party, both men soon become locked in a deadly game of cat and mouse, with the unknown figure battling wits with the blind yet unexpectedly resourceful Kay.
WRITTEN BY: Terence Feely based on a story by Brian Clemens
DIRECTED BY: Robert Tronson
PRODUCED BY: Ian Fordyce
MAIN CAST: Bradford Dillman (Stan Kay), Catherine Schell (Julie), Geoffrey Chater (Sir Peter Hastings), Ray Smith (Ben Tamplin), Terence Sewards (Alan Richards), Nigel Havers (Ludovic Bates), Rachel Davies (Nancy), Neil Hallett (John Pelham), John Oxley (Robert Carroll), Annette Lynton (Claudia Hastings), Ian Redford (James Townsend), Roger Mutton (Jeremy), Peter Geddis (Jameson), Holly Palance (Susie Kay), John Forbes-Robertson (Dr Mace), Robert Lankesheer (Foster)