My Partner the Ghost: Season 1, Episode 2

A Disturbing Case (28 Sep. 1969)
"Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)" A Disturbing Case (original title)

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Hearing Jeff talk to Marty, Marty's wife Jeannie believes he has snapped and he is referred to a psychiatric unit run by Dr. Conrad. Marty goes to visit him and learns that Conrad is a ... See full summary »

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Mike Pratt ...
Kenneth Cope ...
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Judith Arthy ...
Jennifer
David Bauer ...
Dr. Conrad
Gerald Flood ...
Dr. Lambert
Michael Griffiths ...
Inspector Nelson
William Mervyn ...
Whitty
Charles Morgan ...
Arthur Phillips
Patrick Jordan ...
Smart
Adrian Ropes ...
Geoffrey Reed ...
First Male Nurse
Max Faulkner ...
Second Male Nurse
Les White ...
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Hearing Jeff talk to Marty, Marty's wife Jeannie believes he has snapped and he is referred to a psychiatric unit run by Dr. Conrad. Marty goes to visit him and learns that Conrad is a criminal who hypnotizes people into giving him their valuables, but Conrad gets Jeff to tell him about Marty and then erases him from Jeff's memory by using drugs. Marty overcomes this by impersonating Dr. Conrad's voice and hypnotizing Jeff into believing he is a karate expert and foiling the next crime. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Fantastic Episode! Best of the Series!
30 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Co-written by Mike Pratt, who played Jeff Randall, I couldn't help but note that of the 13 episodes available on DVD, this was without a doubt the funniest one.

Why was that, I wonder? Jeff is put in an institution (called a nursing home here) because he has been heard talking to himself, or more worriedly, to his late partner, Marty.

Turns out the nursing home has its own shenanigans going on.

But the hilarious bit with Jeff under hypnosis in his night shirt and Marty having to give him directions in the German doctor's accent was too funny.

Other episodes were notably distinctively good, but none were as funny as this one.


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