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Shadow Show 

Ex-actress Gloria Gransford draws the team's attention to a clip, posted on the Internet, from a film she made in 1990 called 'Shadow Show', after which the producer Max Stone was stabbed ... See full summary »

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Susan Jameson ...
Esther Lane
Emily Tierney ...
Young Eva Roderick
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Sandra Dickinson ...
Lady Gloria Gransford
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Billy Radford
Hannah Waterman ...
Emily Driscoll
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Ex-actress Gloria Gransford draws the team's attention to a clip, posted on the Internet, from a film she made in 1990 called 'Shadow Show', after which the producer Max Stone was stabbed to death and leading lady Eva Roderick disappeared. Director Don Maddox, Gloria's ex-husband, is egotistical and evasive, and the only other surviving crew member from the film - who posted the clip - is found dead. His young boyfriend goes on the run and located Eva, who now has a new identity. A siege situation develops, which Brian defuses. Written by don @ minifie-1

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When the team watch the third clip from "Shadow Show" you can clearly see a clapper board that says "New Tricks 13th Jan 2009" in the clip. See more »

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When the final Internet clip of Shadow Show is shown, the clapper board at the end is not for Shadow Show but is for New Tricks itself - despite the fact that the clip is supposed to be part of the plot. See more »

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D.A.C. Strickland: This clip was posted on the internet a week ago. It was brought to my attention by Lord Gransford of the Home Office.
Jack Halford: Good to know *he's* not overworked.
D.A.C. Strickland: It was actually spotted by his wife. She used to be a film actress; Gloria Wakefield. She was involved in this production.
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