How did Davos end up with a knife in his back? The murder happened behind the "silver curtain" of spray from a fountain. He was alone with Jerry Winton in a dead end alley, but Winton ... See full summary »

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How did Davos end up with a knife in his back? The murder happened behind the "silver curtain" of spray from a fountain. He was alone with Jerry Winton in a dead end alley, but Winton didn't do it. Can Col. March unravel the mystery? Written by fibbermac

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The usual murder mystery with a twist
12 October 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

THE SILVER CURTAIN is a tale from the midway through the Colonel March TV show and sees a variation on the usual locked room murder mystery. The victim is none other than Anton Diffring playing a slimy crook who shows up before being bumped off straight away, leaving an innocent man blamed for the crime. The twist is that there was no sign of the suspect who planted a knife into Diffring's back.

This story once again sees March inexplicably in France, which means he teams up with Eric Pohlmann's Goron once more. The murder is a tidy little thing and even if the explanation is a little lacklustre, it still fills up the running time well enough.


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