Rumpole defends the smarmy owner of a string of massage parlors on the charge of running "disorderly houses" (i.e. bordellos).

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Marion Mathie ...
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Joanna Van Gyseghem ...
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Richard Murdoch ...
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Henry
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Maureen Darbyshire ...
Dianne
Geoffrey Bayldon ...
Brinsley Lampitt
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Norman
Hugh Walters ...
Harold
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Rumpole defends Charles Hearthstoke against charges of keeping bawdy houses, in the form of his chain of massage parlours. The case has generated a good deal of publicity as many customers were prominent members of the community and to Rumpole's astonishment, paid with credit cards. Guthrie Featherstone, who sought a massage for for a tennis injury, now thinks that may be identified as one of the patrons and Rumpole arranges for him to preside at Hearthstoke's trial. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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9 February 1987 (UK)  »

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