Murder at the Cinema and Dr Blake is there to solve it. Was it the manager? An usher? The candy girl? One of the audience? All is revealed as Doctor Blake unravels one mystery to find an even darker one involving young girls of Ballarat.
Did You Know?
The movie being shown when the fire breaks out is Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" (1958). See more
There are 2 linguistic anachronisms in this show. The first is that it was claimed that someone "passed". Ah, no. That is a modern usage of the last few years. In the 50's they were not afraid to say they "died or to say passed away" Also, the captain says someone "gifted" something. That too is a very modern usage. In the 50's "gifted" was never used as an active verb; only as a noun. He gave Harry a gift. " Funny script writers did not catch that. See more
References Touch of Evil
Written by Christian Marsac
(as C. Marsac)) See more