Time for Murder (1985– )
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This Lightning Always Strikes Twice 

A murder has occurred at the country home of Sir Daniel and Lady Barbara Penwarden, and the prime suspect is the new tutor to the couple's daughter. A murder mystery with many twists and ... See full summary »

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Sarah Penwarden
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James Latimer
Patricia Driscoll ...
Ann Aysgarth
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Weir
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Sir Daniel Penwarden
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Lawrence Penwarden
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A murder has occurred at the country home of Sir Daniel and Lady Barbara Penwarden, and the prime suspect is the new tutor to the couple's daughter. A murder mystery with many twists and turns and dark family secrets to keep the armchair sleuth guessing. Written by Fryingham

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23 November 1985 (UK)  »

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Great cast in a rather pointless tale
26 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

An underpaid schoolteacher (Charles Dance) gets a new job as the private tutor of a bright, attractive 19-year-old-girl (Amanda Root), the daughter of a very rich couple (Trevor Howard and Claire Bloom). Tensions arise, however, when the "black sheep" of the family, the son, returns home with his pregnant wife.

The fourth episode of the "Time For Murder" series has the most distinguished cast so far, and they all give fine performances (Claire Bloom, in her mid-50s, is tres elegant), and the flashback structure in interesting (we don't even know who's dead until two thirds of the way through), but when everything is revealed, the whole story seems kind of pointless. It's still definitely better than "Mister Clay, Mister Clay", though. ** out of 4.


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