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Murder at Moorstones Manor 

Sir Clive Chiddingfield invites his family to his birthday party at lonely Moorstones Manor but in the course of the evening half of those present are murdered one by one and the remaining ... See full summary »

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Lady Chiddingfold
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Father
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Manners
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Dora
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Ruth (as Anne Zelda)
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Sir Clive Chiddingfield invites his family to his birthday party at lonely Moorstones Manor but in the course of the evening half of those present are murdered one by one and the remaining survivors except for Lady Chiddingfield each admit to being the killer,eventually shooting each other. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Adventure | Comedy

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11 October 1977 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The scene involving the Jehovah's Witnesses (played by Barbara New and Gilly Flower) was broadcast in the original transmission of this episode in October 1977 but was removed from the transmission when repeats of this episode were broadcast later. The DVD shows the shorter/cropped version of the episode but gives viewers the chance to watch this dropped scene, as well as others, separately in a special 4-minute bonus feature entitled The Mystery of the Missing Morsel of Murder at Moorstones Manor (2004). See more »

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When Dora is shown lost during the night on the Moors, she is wearing a cardigan which she was not wearing in the car or when she finally arrives at the Manor. See more »

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High Drama
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Music by Alan Langford
Boosey & Hawkes Music Ltd
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