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2:09 PM on June 3, 2019
Nice browsing here. Very well done. Keep up the good work.
4:16 PM on March 22, 2018
Remembering Richard on the second anniversary of his death.
7:10 PM on January 15, 2018
GREAT to visit this site just bought box set and blu ray what a brilliant series ! thank you
1:58 PM on December 22, 2017
Thank you so much for your very kind and very generous wishes Julia. I wish the same for you and your family. It's always a pleasure to hear from other fans x
12:51 PM on December 22, 2017
Wishing all Richard Bradford fans a wonderful, happy, and peaceful Xmas, and a fabulous new year to you all. thank you Sharman for keeping his memory alive via your mias website, he is still missed, thanks to you he is will always be remembered with respect and love.
12:00 PM on December 14, 2017
hello, love your web site, been a fan of this series since watching it with my dad in 68! enjoying vol 1 of the lovely blu ray now, best len
5:45 AM on November 27, 2017
Thank you for your kind and enthusiastic feedback Ben! The photo you are referring to comes from the film 'The Escape Artist'.
12:24 AM on November 27, 2017
Cheers to the site owner for doing such a tremendous job in creating this terrific page! MISC rules!
P.S. - Where is the image on the top left of this photo from? Thanks!
9:34 AM on September 25, 2017
It will be the 50th anniversary for my favourite ITC series Man in a Suitcase this week. The series made its debut on TV on September 27th 1967 in most regional parts of the UK and on September 30th in the London area. For me this will forever be the cream of the crop when it comes to action adventure shows. One of its main seduction factors was an unmatched hero in acting, style, toughness and originality. Without the strength of Bradford's performance this show would have long since disappeared and most likely forgotten about. I was fortunate to get to know Richard as a friend and he was the most humble of actors who was always appreciative towards his fans, and constantly surprised and honoured that people still cherished 'MIAS' long after the series finished. I salute you Richard Bradford and thank you for allowing me to be a part of your world, also for sharing your exquisite acting ability in bringing to life the incomparable and unforgettable character of McGill.
7:29 AM on April 1, 2017
Loved Richard Bradford and the series and love how you have honoured both with this incredible website!
10:07 AM on March 30, 2017
The previous site was thoroughly made but ,here, you managed to add new pictures and many more details,it is a beautiful "hommage" to a charismatic actor!Thanks!
7:36 AM on March 22, 2017
Thank you Julia. Fans at the group are going to watch an episode in his honour too - you are the second one to choose Blind Spot! I agree he was an astonishingly good-looking man!
6:13 AM on March 22, 2017
A year ago today the world lost a wonderful actor and beautiful man in Richard Bradford. He was very real and very genuine and sadly very underrated. I shall be watching man in a suitcase dvd's today in memory of him. "Blind Spot" is one of my favourite's He was such an incredibly good looking man.
4:40 PM on March 15, 2017
Hello Jerry, First off thank you for contacting the MIAS website. I asked Richard Harris a few years ago if McGill had a first name? He replied that they never gave him one - think it was considered more 'tougher' for him just to go by his surname. That's an interesting point you brought up though. Next time I watch this episode I will listen out for it! Incidentally did you know they got the name McGill from a footballer who's team Harris supported! Thanks again and happy viewing!
4:30 PM on March 15, 2017
I am watching my box set of the series at the moment. In Part 1 of "Variation On A Million Bucks" his girlfriend Taiko speaks to him at a party as he is looking out of a window, and I'm sure calls him 'Paul'. I had always assumed that his forename was never known, but is my hearing correct?
10:26 AM on February 7, 2017
My best friend Paul and I watched MIAS when first screened.
Only 10 years old - we knew McGill was the coolest guy on TV.
Every year, I re-watch all episodes as a fond tribute to a great series and wonderful actor.
6:13 AM on January 25, 2017
Take a trip back to McGill's Swingin' Sixties - its super cool!
4:02 PM on December 18, 2016
Lovely web site tribute to a lovely actor.
Thank you Gail - it means a lot to know people still remember him so fondly! Merry Christmas to you!
2:11 PM on December 18, 2016
Lovely web site tribute to a lovely actor
3:52 PM on November 29, 2016
Hopefully the freewebs glitch has now cleared and the site will be working OK now.
5:02 PM on November 9, 2016
Will be having an mias dvd day tomorrow in honour of a much missed and loved actor who would have been his 82 nd birthday.
6:47 AM on September 20, 2016
Thank you for your nice message and I hope you are keeping well. There will be a book getting published which features a breakdown on the MIAS episode 'Day of Execution'. The author is Rodney Marshall. Don't worry I haven't forgotten about the website or Richard - did you see the picture of the MIAS US presskit I added only a couple of weeks back? Thanks as ever for your interest and enthusiasm!
5:11 PM on September 19, 2016
Hello Sharman how are you! Any fresh material coming on this fine website
1:08 PM on August 13, 2016
Thank you for your message Rodney. I've located it now and responded! Thank you for your very kind thoughts. Always appreciated.
5:11 AM on August 13, 2016
Sharman, I am busy editing a short guide to Day of Execution. I have sent you a PM on FB. Hoping you can join our little adventure. After all, you are the person who keeps the flame burning for this wonderful television series.