The police investigate the strangling of a young woman and find a small town filled with dark secrets.
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Stephen Murray ...  Clifton Morris 6 episodes, 1959
Donald Pleasence ...  Det. Insp. Harry Yates 6 episodes, 1959
Bryan Coleman Bryan Coleman ...  Alistair Goodman 6 episodes, 1959
Peter Halliday ...  Det. Sgt. Jeffreys 6 episodes, 1959
Leo Britt Leo Britt ...  John Hopedean 5 episodes, 1959
Lockwood West Lockwood West ...  Rev. Nigel Matthews 5 episodes, 1959
Diana King Diana King ...  Marian Hastings 5 episodes, 1959
Patrick Troughton ...  Edward Collins 4 episodes, 1959
Edward Higgins Edward Higgins ...  PC Kent 4 episodes, 1959
Vilma Ann Leslie Vilma Ann Leslie ...  Kim Stevens 4 episodes, 1959
Anthony Valentine ...  Gerald Quincey 3 episodes, 1959
Anne Ridler Anne Ridler ...  Phyllis North 3 episodes, 1959
Alan Edmiston Alan Edmiston ...  Hector 3 episodes, 1959
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The police investigate the strangling of a young woman and find a small town filled with dark secrets.

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UK

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English

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9 February 1959 (UK) See more »

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(6 episodes)
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Version of Halsduken (1962) See more »

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The Scarfe - 59 Years On, Still Chilling!!!
9 November 2014 | by tmartin-155-985866See all my reviews

What led me to talk about this series now? chilling! but I have just read the review, and would 100% agree. Allowed to watch it at my Nan's, we had no telly until one year later. The 50 yards journey home after was scary!!!! When they got a new one and let us have their old one, in September 1960, aged 11, raced home from school to see Ivanhoe, or was it William Tell. It cannot be there is no recording of The Scarf now. The whole thing of the killer being unknown until the very end, and then being caught. I remember thinking he would be still out there if not!! I suppose the most chilling and hence most memorable, part was the way the scarf was wrapped around his hands, and the brought tight!!!!


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