Armchair Thriller (1978–1981)
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The Limbo Connection: Part 2 

Omney suspects that Clare is being held against her will at Meadowbank Clinic. Or has she finally left him, sick of his drunken and aggressive behavior?

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Beatrix Lehmann ...
Blanche Terraine
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Det. Inspector Tarrant
Sam Sewell ...
Det. Constable Barnes
James Berwick ...
Colonel Forde
Patricia Lawrence ...
Mrs. Carson Clarke
Vass Anderson ...
Soames
William Moore ...
Landlord
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Mechanic
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Mrs, Franklyn
Arthur Blake ...
Mr. Dyer
Frank Duncan ...
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Omney suspects that Clare is being held against her will at Meadowbank Clinic. Or has she finally left him, sick of his drunken and aggressive behavior?

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4 May 1978 (UK)  »

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Plot thickens mysteriously.
7 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mark is now actively searching for his wife who supposedly discharged herself from the (as I found out) 'rich old lady's home' or clinic as they like to call themselves.

He contacts police who are no help and some local folks who suggest his wife will turn up eventually so he should just wait. Nobody seems to be concerned and they almost seem a bit afraid of Meadowbank Clinic and it's chief, Doctor Walcott Brown.

Mark sneaks back into the gated clinic and confronts Doctor Brown. Unfortunately for him he sounds like a raving lunatic or possibly a paranoid.

Later at the local bar he sees the old lady again and it turns out a rich friend of hers (she was actually her 'hired help') went to Meadowbank when she got ill and was never seen again.

Episode closes when Mark is visited by DI Tarrant, played by one of my favorite character actors, Christopher Benjamin. He asks Mark a lot of questions, and since he blacked out again on the night of her disappearance, the Inspector suggests that 'possibly' he may have killed her.


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