The Agatha Christie Hour: Season 1, Episode 10

The Manhood of Edward Robinson (16 Nov. 1982)

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A mousy clerk,completely dominated by his stern fiancée, buys a flamboyant sport car as an act of independence and he embarks himself in a romantic adventure when he hides a beautiful cat ... See full summary »

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A mousy clerk,completely dominated by his stern fiancée, buys a flamboyant sport car as an act of independence and he embarks himself in a romantic adventure when he hides a beautiful cat burglar and her loot,a priceless diamond collier...... Written by Anonymous

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8 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Immediately, I registered that I did not like this actor nor his character. But soon, the character began to get with it. And, more than immediately, I liked his fiancé still less -- a whining, rather hen pecking type with her mother in tow as part of the equation. NOT! However, to the viewer's relief and enjoyment, this rather hapless fellow steps out of his small space, makes a decision on his own, has an absurd and delightful adventure, and becomes fueled with enough confidence to step up to the controlling fiancé and her intervening mother. Someone showed confidence in him (the society girl) and thus, he gained confidence in himself.

Right ho! and fun along the way. Jolly good show.


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