Fentiman believes he is being followed by the shadowy figure of Mr. Oliver, and Ann Doland seeks to settle the estate when plans are made for exhumation.

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Derek Newark ...
Mark Eden ...
Det. Insp. Parker
Terence Alexander ...
Robert Fentiman
Donald Pickering ...
John Quentin ...
George Fentiman
Vivien Heilbron ...
Sheila Fentiman
Anna Cropper ...
Ann Dorland
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Marjorie Phelps
John Welsh ...
Mr. Murbles
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Carleton Hobbs ...
Mr. Oliver
Norman Shelley ...
Dr. Horner
Brian Murphy ...
Detective
John Tordoff ...
Hinkins
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Fentinman is convinced he's being followed by a shadowy character called Oliver, but it's possible he doesn't exist. That, plus a mysterious letter written by the dead man, causes Wimsey to move to have the body exhumed. That causes Miss Dormand to try to settle the estate, but it doesn't stop the doctors from autopsying the body. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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9 December 1973 (USA)  »

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Lord Peter Wimsey: So, your client won't see us?
Mr. Pritchard: Can you think of any reason why she should?
Lord Peter Wimsey: Well, establish the truth perhaps. Next to the good and the beautiful, the truth is always said to be a proper object of service.
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The Galloping Major
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Lyrics by Fred W. Leigh
Music by George Bastow
Performed by Terence Alexander
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