Dot's sister, Lola, visits and implores Phryne to investigate the murder of fellow showgirl Lavinia. Meanwhile, Jack's ex-wife begs him to take over the investigation of a murder in which her father apparently killed the woman inside a locked room. Jack and Phryne meet at the crime scene where it seems impossible for another to have committed the crime. Phryne goes undercover as a fan dancer and Jack visits the bordello (where the rich and powerful go to play and the police are definitely not welcome) to try to catch the real killer.Written by
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Both of Dot's sister's names are also those of famous courtesans - Nell for Nell Gwynn, Lola for Lola Montes. See more »
After Detective Jack Robinson gets knocked down by an attacker at a night scene, he gets up and states the license plate number of the get away car to his assistant detective. He states #847121 .
The year portrayed was 1929. Victoria sequential numbered license plates only went up to about 285000 by 1939. Then changed to a lettering system. See more »