Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Season 32, Episode 19

Justin Case (15 May 1988)
"Disneyland" Justin Case (original title)

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The ghost of a private detective teams up with an unemployed dancer to find the identity of the woman known as "The Lady in Black" who killed him.

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The ghost of a private detective teams up with an unemployed dancer to find the identity of the woman known as "The Lady in Black" who killed him.

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Such a pity
6 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This pilot TV film was one of the best all round films I have ever seen

Comedy the plot dialogue effects and camera optimisation were next to nothing for this type of film

What a pity that the follow up series was scrapped

I think the series that was to follow this pilot film would have been a success

At least here in the UK

This project had more going for it than many big name films given all the advertising fanfares which they did not deserve considering the rubbish offered to the public

Geordie


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