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Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler (2006)

When the half naked bodies of physicist, Doctor Gilbert Bogle, and his lover, Mrs Margaret Chandler, were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in 1963, it set into play an unprecedented forensic investigation.

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Octavia Barron-Martin ...
Mrs. Chandler
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Pamela Logan
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Scientist
David Callan ...
Legal Representative 3
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Geoffrey Chandler
Elizabeth Maywald ...
Mrs. Fowler
Steve McGrath ...
Morgue Pathologist (as Steven McGrath)
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Dr. Bogle
Helen O'Connor ...
Ruth Nash
Matthew O'Sullivan ...
Coronor
Paul Sonkkila ...
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When the half naked bodies of physicist, Doctor Gilbert Bogle, and his lover, Mrs Margaret Chandler, were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in 1963, it set into play an unprecedented forensic investigation.

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7 September 2006 (Australia)  »

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Ki ölte meg Dr. Bogle-t és Mrs. Chandlert?  »

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A resolution of one of Australia's great mysteries.
15 October 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

On New Year's Day 1963 Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler's bodies were found next to the Lane Cove river.

The condition of their bodies baffled forensic scientists for decades and since no direct motives could be established for their deaths any evidence did not elevate above the status of suspicion; both lovers had acted with the consent of their partners.

This narrated docu-drama is the first credible explanation of the tragic deaths of these two people with a possible cause of the tragedy not unknown to the locals of the area.

Some excellent images that blend perfectly with the superb and sensitive narration by Hugo Weaving.

Perfect casting, particularly for the leads, Nicholas Hope, Rhys Muldoon and Octavia Barron-Martin.

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