Screenplay: Season 1, Episode 8

The Mozart Inquest (27 Aug. 1986)

TV Episode  -  Comedy
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Kate Fahy ...
Elizabeth Garvie ...
Sophie Weber
James Griffiths ...
Dr. Classet
Clifford Rose ...
Baron von Swieten
Elizabeth Spender ...
Magdalena Hofdemel
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The Mozart Inquest
17 December 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this some years ago. The question being posed was how did Mozart die ? The actors and actresses had no set lines. They had been given material to research on their characters. The people asking the questions were real life barristers and it tried to unravel the questions and conspiracy theories of what actually happened. It helped if the viewer knew some background to it.

Several theories were put forward to an audience who had to vote on who they thought was the guilty party. I cannot remember what the result was but I think it was either rheumatic fever or his wife did it. Overall it was very good and one barrister in particular I would have liked defending me should I ever need it.


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