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On his death in 1981, aged eighty-five, Jack Warner's coffin was borne by Officers from Paddington Green Police station, where Dixon of Dock Green (1955) Creator Ted Willis had done much of his initial research for the later series in 1955, and where Dixon was actually stationed in this movie.
What d'ye think I am? Soft or something?
As PC Dixon leaves the police station to go on his beat, he picks up his cape and puts it over his shoulder. A short while later he's seen on his beat, but his cape has disappeared. He may, however, have put the cape into the local police call box before starting his beat.
We acknowledge with gratitude the help given by the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, Sir Harold Scott,K.C.B., K.B.E., and men and women of the Metropolitan Police. To them, and their colleagues in the Police Service of Britain, we dedicate this film.
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