British game show in which celebrity panelists were shown a dramatised murder and had to guess the identity of the killer or killers from the clues presented.
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British game show in which celebrity panelists were shown a dramatised murder and had to guess the identity of the killer or killers from the clues presented.

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15 August 1972 (UK)  »

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Some instalments (seemingly at least six from the first two seasons) were based on scripts originally written by Tony Shryane and Edward J. Mason for BBC Radio's 1954-61 series "Guilty Party". See more »

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Remade as Moordspel (1987) See more »

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Precinct
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Composed by Simon Park (as Simon Haseley)
[Series theme tune]
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"whocanrememberrit?!"
25 June 2002 | by (manchester, england) – See all my reviews

wow! this goes back a bit! i remember watching this on the gogglebox when i was a kid on a monday evening no less. the regular host would be jon pertwee bless him who would present a murder mystery after which a panel of luvvies would then decide "whodunnit!". the highpoint of the entire series i thought was this priceless verbal banter between jon pertwee and the also late, great jimmy jewell: "where did you get your haircut? in a petshop?" jon pertwee: "hee hee hee (sarcastic chuckle). i see yours has grown in the last half hour!". priceless!


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