The UK's super-stylish quintet don their disguises as they cook up more ingenious scams to line their pockets with the fortunes of the corrupt in the third instalment of this hugely popular drama series.
• Price For Fame
• Albert's Challenge
• Ties That Bind Us
• A Bollywood Dream
• The Hustler's News Of Today
• Law And Corruption
I have only recently been introduced to this series but I have to say I am hooked already. After watching this season I plan to go out and buy the previous ones so I can enjoy it from its roots.
Having grown up seeing Robert Vaughn in such series as 'The Man from UNCLE', 'The Protectors' and 'The A-Team' its quite impressive to see he has aged so well and still able to pull off such a character as "Albert Stroller" the gentleman grifter. Thats what the Poms call a con man.
The characters are brilliant and totally believable. I could quite imagine encountering a bunch like this in the UK.
This really is a great series and if you like something with a bit of wit and a good twist in the plot then you are going to love this show.
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