Lord Peter almost loses his life in the bog but is rescued and recovers in Grimthorpe farmhouse, where he stumbles onto some crucial evidence.

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Bunter
Mark Eden ...
Det. Inspector Parker
Rachel Herbert ...
Lady Mary Wimsey
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Mr. Grimthorpe
Judith Arthy ...
Mrs. Grimthorpe
Toke Townley ...
Tim Watchett
Pamela Denton ...
Bet
Bert Palmer ...
Ned Rowbottom
Eric Francis ...
Landlord 'Duke's Head'
Gerry Cowan ...
Jake (as Gerald Cowan)
Christopher Hodge ...
Old Groot
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Lord Peter and Bunter travel to Grimthorpe's farm to seek evidence, but a fast-moving fog engulfs them, and they become separated. Wimsey becomes stuck in quicksand and needs the help of Bunter and two of Grimthorpe's farmhands to survive. Mrs. Grimthorpe convinces her misanthropic husband to allow Wimsey to recover there, where he discovers a piece of evidence that is crucial to his brother's defense. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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evidence | fog | quicksand | farm | bog | See All (24) »

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28 October 1973 (USA)  »

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Lord Peter Wimsey: [after being rescued from a bog pit] What a beastly place.
Jake: Oh, aye. Not many as falls into Peter's Pot and lives to tell the tale.
Lord Peter Wimsey: Peter's Pot? Well, it nearly potted Peter.
[faints]
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Written by Herbert Chappell
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