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"The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" To Have and to Hold (1963)

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Original Air Date:
July 1963 (Season 4, Episode 9)
A CID detective is lured into a plot by girl who first pretends to fall in love with him, then that she's been killed and is now actually a heretofore unknown twin sister, and ultimately a murderous betrayal. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Ray Barrett ... Sgt. Henry Fraser
Katharine Blake ... Claudia Lyon

Nigel Stock ... George Lyon

William Hartnell ... Inspector Roberts
Patricia Bredin ... Lucy
Noel Trevarthen ... Blake
Richard Clarke ... Charles Wagner

Episode Crew
Directed by
Herbert Wise 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Edgar Wallace  novel "The Breaking Point"

Produced by
Jack Greenwood .... producer
Original Music by
Bernard Ebbinghouse 
Music Department
Michael Carr .... composer: theme "Man of Mystery"

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Additional Details

71 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
UK:A (original rating) | UK:PG (video rating)

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Originally, in September 1963 this was first released in Great Britain as second feature to Tamahine (1963). It was then repackaged as an episode for export to Europe and America as a TV series.See more »
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Katherine Blake - A bloody good looking woman, 26 September 2015
Author: howardmorley from United Kingdom

Katherine Blake - I could not take my eyes off this dark raven haired beauty and readers of my reviews will have noticed I am attracted to this type of actress, viz:Jennifer Jones,Gene Tierney, Vivien Leigh, Ava Gardner, Jean Simmons etc.It may be they all have wonderfully sculpted faces with incredible cheekbones but I do like this dark Latin type of look.The previous reviewer has done a good job so I don't see the point of reiterating the plot.In my case I thought "Double Indemnity" was a closer fit rather than "Laura" both from (1944).

In my review of the first episode of "Riviera Police" (1965) which was "Catch a Falling Star".I believe Katherine Blake appeared along with another siren one Christa Nelli as she was dubbed then.The subject film had a very un-pockmarked face of Ray Barrett who would later achieve fame in the TV series "The Troubleshooters" when he looked then as if a swarm of locusts had attacked his face.Perhaps that was in his native Australia.My User rating? 7/10, it was good and held my interest to the last reel.

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