Soldiers of Fortune: Season 2, Episode 4

The Monster of Loch Mac Gora (14 Oct. 1956)

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Tim and Toubo search for the lost writings of James Boswell and a legendary monster while visiting a remote Scottish castle.

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Chick Chandler ...
Shirley Russell ...
Diedra Randall
Tudor Owen ...
Caretaker Randall
Mark Herron ...
Evan MacGora
Walter Kingsford ...
Sir Angus MacGora
Pat O'Hara ...
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James Logan ...
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John Trayne ...
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Tim and Toubo search for the lost writings of James Boswell and a legendary monster while visiting a remote Scottish castle.

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Absolutely incredible...

I really don't know how to describe this episode. You actually have to Watch it to believe it. I am afraid to be shown as a lunatic. You MUST believe me. This episode takes place in Scotland with guess what...A monster in a Loch...Of course. So far, nothing exceptional. Except that our two leads have also to deal with a tiger. In Scotland!!! BEWARE SPOILERS OK, in the end we have at last the explanation about the tiger. But still not about the monster... I don't know what happened among the screenwriters. Maybe they were all drunk... Or maybe I have missed a major element in this incredible story. After all, the Loch Monster will forever remain a mystery. I can only find this as a rational explanation.


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