|The Link Men|
|Created by||Glyn Davies|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Production company(s)||Nine Network|
|Original release||January 14 –|
April 7, 1970
The series was the first drama series made in-house by the Nine Network as part of an attempt to rival the cop shows produced by Crawford Productions such as Homicide and Division 4. The Link Men starred Kevin Miles, Bruce Montague and Tristan Rogers as three detectives working in the city of Sydney. The series was devised and produced by Glyn Davies who had created The Rat Catchers for ITV (Associated-Rediffusion Television). The director (for the pilot episode and for many of the rest of the series) was Australian film director Jonathan Dawson.
The show lasted for thirteen episodes. The aforementioned Tristan Rogers would go on to greater fame on the American daytime serial General Hospital, where he has appeared as Robert Scorpio off and on since 1980.
- The Link Men on IMDb
- The Link Men episode guide at Memorable TV
- The Link Men at Classic Australian Television
- The Link Men at the National Film and Sound Archive
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