Dian and Major Milligan crash the Duchess of Denver's cocktail party and later agree to a drug-dealing alliance with Wimsey utilizing his Bredon identity.

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Mark Eden ...
Chief Inspector Parker
Rachel Herbert ...
Lady Mary
Gabrielle Brune ...
Helen, Duchess of Denver
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Paul Darrow ...
Mr. Tallboy
Janet Key ...
Ethel Vavasour
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Miss Meteyard
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Mr. Willis
Shirley Cain ...
Miss Rossiter
Caroline Dowdeswell ...
Miss Parton
Hilary Wontner ...
Mountjoy
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Hector Puncheon
John Rapley ...
Small Man
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Jaded Dian de Momerie and Todd Milligan crash the Duchess of Denver's cocktail party, and Lord Peter is tasked by his sister-in-law with throwing them out. Dian thinks she recognizes Wimsey as Harlequin, but he successfully convinces her that he is really his look-alike black sheep cousin Bredon and hints that he is a drug dealer also. Wimsey later meets the pair in his Harlequin/Bredon identity and proposes an alliance of their drug-dealing operations. Meanwhile Parker tracks down a suspect who passed cocaine in a pub to the Natural History Museum. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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20 October 1974 (USA)  »

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There is a photograph of the actor Robert Montgomery pinned to a file cabinet behind Ms. Parton, a secretary at Pym's ad agency. Robert Montgomery played Lord Peter Wimsey in Busman's Honeymoon (1940), a Hollywood production of Dorothy L. Sayers' novel with the same title. See more »

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Lord Peter Wimsey: [Assuming the identity of his fictional cousin Bredon] I think that my appearance will disappoint you except that I am handsome and less rabbity-looking. Whoever has seen Wimsey has seen me.
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Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son
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Traditional British folk song (first published 1795)
[Played on flute by Ian Carmichael]
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