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That Damned Dorland Woman 

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 ...
Terence Alexander ...
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Ann Dorland
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Dr. Penberthy
Vivien Heilbron ...
Sheila Fentiman
John Quentin ...
George Fentiman
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Mr. Pritchard
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Mrs. Mitcham
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Nellie Mason
Peter Myers ...
Gerald
David Morrell ...
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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Crime | Mystery

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16 December 1973 (USA)  »

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The song "The Sheik of Araby" was composed as a response to the phenomenal success of the the 1921 movie hit, "The Sheik," which made a star of Rudolph Valentino. See more »

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Lord Peter Wimsey: [to D.I. Parker] Aristotle says we should always prefer the probable impossible to the improbable possible.
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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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