Colonel March of Scotland Yard: Season 1, Episode 25

The New Invisible Man (4 Sep. 1956)

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A major insists he saw a pair of gloves shoot a man dead.

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Ewan Roberts ...
Inspector Ames
Anthony Forwood ...
Jim Hartley (as Anthony Forward)
Patricia Owens ...
Betty Hartley
Roger Maxwell ...
Major Henry Rodman
Bernard Rebel ...
Baron Novakov
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A major insists he saw a pair of gloves shoot a man dead.

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Third 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 with "The Second Mona Lisa" ("Hot Money" and "Death in the Dressing Room" were the first two). See more »

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Pretty nifty trick
19 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Retired Major Henry Rodman has called in the police to investigate a murder he saw committed in neighbor's home. It seems the good Major likes spying on his neighbors with binoculars. March of the Queer Complaints Department is there because the Major insists that the murder was committed by a disembodied pair of gloves. They investigate and even though another neighbor swears he too heard shots, they find nothing amiss at the young couple's home. The wife laughs it off as just being the imagination of a batty old man. After Ames is also taken in by the gloves trick, March explains how it was all done. Although a clichéd bit of magic, it was still pretty nifty. But the episode is a fairly pedestrian one and aside from the Major, none of the characters are particularly interesting or memorable. However, as usual, Karloff's performance still makes it an entertaining show.


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