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"Colonel March of Scotland Yard" Death and the Other Monkey (1956)

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John Dickson Carr (story)
Leslie Slote (writer)
Original Air Date:
27 June 1956 (Season 1, Episode 15)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Boris Karloff ... Col. Perceval March
Ewan Roberts ... Inspector Ames
Percy Marmont ... Sir George Watkins
Gudrun Ure ... Nell Lawrence (as Ann Gudrun)
Victor Platt ... Clarence Bartow
Richard Burrell ... Guy Wallingford

John Schlesinger ... Dutch Cook, Thornbull
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Arthur Crabtree 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Dickson Carr  story
Leslie Slote  writer

Produced by
Hannah Weinstein .... producer
 

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Directed by
Cy Endfield (3 episodes) (as Cyril Endfield)
 
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Clive Midwinter .... assistant director
 
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Mono (RCA Sound System)

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Monkey business, 29 April 2013
Author: Paularoc from United States

A young man, Guy Wallingford, bursts into March's office and exclaims "They've stolen the monkey." Guy explains that he he had already talked to Inspector Ames and that Ames told him to go to March saying that March "handled the monkey business end of the profession." Guy is a brilliant but mentally unstable scientist who works at the lab of the eminent scientist, Sir George Watkins. Guy and two other researchers are doing cancer research using monkeys to test their theories. Guy insists one of the test monkeys has been substituted. Guy becomes increasingly distraught and when he later is found dead from gas, Ames readily believes it to have been suicide. There is a very clever solution to the mystery which March in his usual urbane manner sorts out. However, I believe even medical research experiments using animals is just plain wrong and so this episode was distasteful to me.

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