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Hart to Hart: Old Friends Never Die (1994)

TV Movie  -   -  Adventure | Crime | Mystery  -  6 May 1994 (USA)
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Rich married sleuths show up for a literary weekend and overhear a plot for murder.

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Alfred Raine
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Det. Whoo
Richard Redlin ...
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Emory Bass
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Rich married sleuths show up for a literary weekend and overhear a plot for murder.

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And then there was..an anticlimax
18 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The ghost of Agatha hangs over this far-fetched yarn. The plot's full of implausible twists and turns which are all later revealed as plotted moves by the malign chess-player who's behind the mystery. One things that puzzles me is how come these arch-plotters can always stage-manage everything without the inevitable human cock-ups that afflict the rest of us? The psychological justifications behind this Machiavellianism are scarcely touched-the makers would prefer us to treat the movie as an old-fashioned revenge murder mystery,but set in the glorious surroundings of Hawaii. At the end of it all,the deranged baddie gets his desserts. One thing still puzzling me-the old friend of Jonathan's-Frank. Was he in on it? Why did he leave the drugged Harts in their room at the end? Why was he murdered? Was he an accomplice who needed to be silenced? And why oh why am I bothering to write this drivel about a Wednesday afternoon Channel 5 TV movie? The answers to all these questions are now out there for the rest of you lot to solve!


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