After shooting a child killer that was deemed untouchable, Scotland Yard's Albert Tyburn is sent to 1930's Kenya to head a criminal division in Nairobi. He investigates the death of Lady Daphne Ellesmere as a murder even though his boss and the coroner insist she was killed by a lion. Helping him is Daphne's sister, a lovely pilot who refuses to play the social games common in the British expatriate set. Written by
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Kenyan police carrying Lee Enfield No4 rifles in 1933. No4 wasn't introduced to service till 1940. See more
Written by James Thomson
and Thomas Augustine Arne
[Played at the Governor's Review] See more