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Enter Two Gardeners 

The girls are contracted to do the landscaping for a traditional amateur theatrical, but when members of the cast are murdered, Laura is forced to don greasepaint.




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Episode complete credited cast:
Adam Dinmont
Jenny Channing
Frank Illingworth (as Chris Matthews)
Geraldine Illingworth
Nick Eldridge
Tam Williams ...
Charles Nebley
Queenie Allardyce
Teddy Baker
Sharon Baker
D.I. Gold


While gardening for a soon to perform amateur drama theatre, Rosemary and Laura become eye witnesses to a accidental death on the stage. Then, Laura is offered a part in the play leaving Rosemary to finish the garden, and solve the mystery of course! Written by Nadia Nassar

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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6 August 2007 (UK)  »

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Accent on humor as as Laura takes over a theater role...
19 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

Enjoyable entry in the series called ENTER TWO GARDENERS has Laura and Rosemary assigned to landscaping while a theater group is rehearsing a play involving murder. When a blank cartridge turns out to be the real thing, an actor causes his own death and immediately our two detectives go about trying to figure out who the intended victim was and who had the chance to replace the blanks with actual bullets.

It's a rather simple storyline, for a change, and the accent is on humor, as the play within a play is dreadfully overacted and absurdly theatrical and melodramatic in an old fashioned way. The humor increases when PAM FERRIS (as Laura) has a chance to go back to her theater roots when the actress playing the maid is incapacitated. She goes on in the role while Rosemary (FELICITY KENDAL) makes some inquiries and solves the case, interrupting the performance of the play to catch the killer.

Not bad, but the motivations are rather flimsy and everything seems very contrived with moments of forced humor. Not one of the better entries in this series.

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