Sergeant Cork (1963–1968)
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The Case of the Devil's Daughter 

A music-hall mystic predicts the murder of an MP, and when he is found dead later that evening becomes an obvious lead for questioning - but Cork can do nothing to shake her from her claims of 'second-sight'.

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Episode credited cast:
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Sergeant Cork
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Bob Marriott
Charles Morgan ...
Superintendent Rodway
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Atkinson ...
Peter Faraday
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Charles St. Clair MP
Eddie Connor ...
Bill Battersby
Pat Dodd ...
Pianist
Maurice Durant ...
Jack Harmey
Peter Elliott ...
Pawley
Peter Hoare ...
Percival Humphries
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Benedict Caradus
Ann Lynn ...
Rachel Harmey
Fergus O'Kelly ...
Cornelius Shaugnessy
Norman Pitt ...
Quillan
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Martha St. Clair
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Member of Parliament Charles St Clair is out for the evening with some friends when a music-hall mystic act predicts his murder. Marriott, in the audience, follows the performer, Rachel Harmey, to her home in a run-down part of the capital and finds a psychic investigator, Benedict Caradus, also taking an interest in her ability. Marriott is surprised when Cork then arrives - after St Clair had been found murdered exactly as Rachel had foretold. Cork can find no evidence to suggest she was involved in the killing - but does that mean he has to believe her claims of second sight, as Caradus insists?

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16 July 1966 (UK)  »

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