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Dr. Morelle: The Case of the Missing Heiress (1949)

 |  Mystery  |  27 June 1949 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Valentine Dyall ...
Dr. Morelle
Julia Lang ...
Miss Frayle
Jean Lodge ...
Philip Leaver ...
Samuel Kimber
Peter Drury ...
Peter Lorrimer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bensall, the butler
James Raglan
Sidney Vivian ...
Bruce Walker


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The mysterious Dr Morelle at 8.
8 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As a point of interest, the character of "Dr Morelle" was created for the popular Monday night BBC radio series "Monday Night At 8" that replaced the earlier prewar "Monday Night At 7" (which introduced us to Inspector Hornleigh) that comprised a miscellany of brief lighthearted

items aimed to put listeners into a relaxed state before hearing the latest (censored) grim war front events on the 9 o'clock news - de regeur for the whole nation. The programme usually included a short spoof spy tale and,of course,breezy Ronnie Waldman's "Puzzle Corner" and that deliberate mistake... The film,itself,was another B support of the late 40s that cashed in on popular

earlier radio shows of the time,usually of moderately.if unexciting quality with acceptable production values. Others included Dick Barton,The Man In Black & Hi Gang!

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