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The Treasure Hunt 

When Lady Tithermite is murdered by her husband, Sir James, he reports her lost at sea, but Reeder suspects if the body could be found, murder could be proven.However, he looks for the corpse not in the ocean, but at the Tithermite estate.

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... Mr. J.G. Reeder
Willoughby Goddard ... Sir Jason Toovey
Mona Bruce ... Mrs. Houchin
... Sir James Tithermite
Alethea Charlton ... Margaret Shackleton
... Lew Kohl
Michael Balfour ... Albert
Victor Woolf ... Harry
... Stan
David Steuart ... Mr. Justice Markham
Althea Parker ... Lady Tithermite
... Miss Waffield
... Sergeant Allford
Leslie Southwick ... PC Birkett
John Crocker ... Postman
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When Lady Tithermite is murdered by her husband, Sir James, he reports her lost at sea, but Reeder suspects if the body could be found, murder could be proven.However, he looks for the corpse not in the ocean, but at the Tithermite estate.

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23 April 1969 (UK)  »

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A good solid start, Burden is great in the role.
22 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

Hugh Burden debuts as Mr J.G.Reeder, a man of great intelligence working in the public prosecutions department, a Public Servant who takes his duty very seriously.

In this case Mr Reeder looks into the case of Lady Tithermite's death, a wealthy woman who apparently went overboard on a ship. Reeder is dubious about her husband Sir James, who's now engaged to a wealthy young woman. Reeder must also deal with an ex con,Lew Kohl, who he helped convict. Reeder as a character has more going on then first observed, not quite the quirq, shrinking vilviohe makes out.

It's a very enjoyable first episode, the characters well established, the story interesting, and Hugh Burden very good in the lead role. John Bennett is a joy as always. It may be a little slow for some, but I enjoyed. 7/10


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