Ruth Rendell Mysteries: Season 10, Episode 7

Front Seat (21 Feb. 1997)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery
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When Cecily Branksome retires back to her old home town over her husband's objections she becomes involved with her boorish old boyfriend and a 30 year old murder.

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Cecily Branksome
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Hugh Branksome
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Mrs. Jones
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Arnold Cottle
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Young Bartender
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Man In Toilet
Edward Clayton ...
Landlord
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Rupert
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Back in her childhood hometown, Cecily Branksome finds that a park bench in her father's honor has been replaced by one placed there in memory of Rupert Moore, a reputed murderer. To get even, she decides to out the man's mistress, the woman he killed his wife for. It had all happened long ago and her husband begs her to drop the whole thing, but she insists on going on. Aided by an old friend, Arnold Cottle, her pursuit turns to obsession. Little does she know the true story of Rupert Moore and his lover. Written by garykmcd

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Hugh Branksome: [Angrily] Go to Hell, Cottle!
Arnold Cottle: [Jauntily] See you there, Matey.
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