The General's death is attributed to a lethal overdose of digitalis and as the primary beneficiary is Ann Dorland, suspicion falls on her.

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Mark Eden ...
Det. Insp. Parker
Terence Alexander ...
Robert Fentiman
Anna Cropper ...
Ann Dorland
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Marjorie Phelps
Donald Pickering ...
Vivien Heilbron ...
Sheila Fentiman
John Quentin ...
George Fentiman
John Welsh ...
Mr. Murbles
Clifford Rose ...
Sheila Keith ...
Mrs. Mitcham
Celestine Randall ...
Nellie Mason
Peter Myers ...
Gerald
David Morrell ...
Salcombe Hardy
Peggy Marshall ...
Lady Customer
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The General's autopsy concludes that he was murdered by an overdose of digitalis, which mimicked the symptoms of a heart attack. Police suspicion falls on Ann Dorland, who as heir was the primary beneficiary from his death and later refused a settlement with the other heirs before the results of the post-mortem were known. Media and popular opinion view her behavior with suspicion. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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16 December 1973 (USA)  »

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Salcombe Hardy: The way we see it if you touch murder, you become interesting.
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The Sheik of Araby
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Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Francis Wheeler
Music by Ted Snyder (1921)
Sung by Marjorie (Phyllida Law)
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