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VERY much against Gradley's wishes, Esther takes the place of a murdered Brighton astrologer and clairvoyant in order to find out who killed her - thus exposing herself to the same risk.

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Piers Haggard

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Jacqueline Davis (creator), Roger Marshall (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Anton Rodgers ... David Gradley
Anouska Hempel ... Esther Jones
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Susie Blake ... Peggy
Jeananne Crowley Jeananne Crowley ... Brenda
Anne Dyson ... Madame Lavengro
Frank Gatliff ... Felix Pettigrew
Wensley Pithey Wensley Pithey ... Inspector Duggan
Robert Powell ... Brian Godfrey
Bob Sherman Bob Sherman ... Bob Thomas
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VERY much against Gradley's wishes, Esther takes the place of a murdered Brighton astrologer and clairvoyant in order to find out who killed her - thus exposing herself to the same risk.

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Comedy | Drama

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25 March 1974 (UK) See more »

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In this episode, Anouska Hempel has either a very bad cold or laryngitis, and her voice is extremely croaky and painful-sounding throughout. There are a couple of ad libbed references to her cold from Anton Rodgers. See more »

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A bit silly this one.
4 May 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

This should have been the best episode of the lot, a good story, and the presence of the great Robert Powell. Unfortunately, I'd say this is the weakest of the lot, the tone is a bit silly, and it looks like a rather cheap production.

I've been watching the whodunit series with Jon Pertwee, and this one unfortunately feels like the humorous murder scene from an episode of it.

The characters are a bit over the top, Robert Powell plays the same character that he played in an episode of Thriller. Esther herself is a bit Madame Arcati here.

The sets look horrible, very low budget, maybe better lighting would have helped.

Not the best. 6/10


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