A Javanese dancer is murdered after alerting Colonel March of danger.

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(screenplay), (based on "The Department of Queer Complaints" by) (as Carter Dickson)
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Ewan Roberts ...
Sheila Burrell ...
Joan Forsythe
Richard Wattis ...
Arthur Cabot
Sonya Hana ...
Paula
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Francine Rapport (as Dagmar Wynter)
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A Javanese dancer is murdered after alerting Colonel March of danger.

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28 July 1956 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Second of three episodes stitched together and released as Colonel March Investigates (1955). Serving as the series pilot, they were filmed in 1952, one year before production resumed on the final 23 episodes ("Hot Money" and "The New Invisible Man" were the other two). See more »

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Colonel March, with a touch of the exotic
16 October 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

DEATH IN THE DRESSING ROOM is the second of three episodes of the Colonel March TV series which were stitched together for the anthology film COLONEL MARCH INVESTIGATES. This one's another strong contender with an intriguing, exotic-themed plot involving Javanese dancing, with which March seems to be unusually experienced.

The setting of a sultry nightclub is an unusual one and the only time I can remember this type of backdrop existing in the show, which usually takes place in country mansions, businesses, or abroad. The dance material is entertaining and there are a few memorably spooky moments included. The reliable Richard Wattis makes for a good guest star in this one and there's a part for German actress Dana Wynter before she went on to be in INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS.


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