A French model asks for Colonel March's help just hours before she's found murdered.

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(as Philip Brown)

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(script), (based on: "The Department of Queer Complaints" by) (as Carter Dickson)
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Ewan Roberts ...
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Jeanpierre
Fanny Rowe ...
Madame Jeanpierre (as Frances Rowe)
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Red Darrow
Eileen Moore ...
Yvette
Isabel George ...
Fleur
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A French model asks for Colonel March's help just hours before she's found murdered.

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Crime | Drama

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4 October 1954 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Watch it for Lee
17 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The fourth episode of the COLONEL MARCH TV series, AT NIGHT ALL CATS ARE GRAY is the best instalment yet. It features a brutal murder in which the victim is a French model working for a stylish fashion house. It doesn't take long for the eye-patch sporting Colonel March to investigate, and Karloff is at his best playing the warmth and witty titular character.

There's no supernatural stuff here, but there is a novel scientific method that March uses to catch the villain which is quite fun. The episode is also notable for featuring Christopher Lee in a good supporting role; he's playing a Frenchman here and has some of the suave charisma that made him such a star. Lee would, of course, re-team with Karloff in CORRIDORS OF BLOOD and CURSE OF THE CRIMSON ALTAR.


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