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The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

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Period detective dramas featuring the aristocratic sleuth created by Ngaio Marsh , adapted by Hugh Leonard , and starring Patrick Malahide Final Curtain. Having accepted a commission to paint a birthday portrait, Agatha Troy has to report to Alleyn that her subject has been murdered.
Producer George Gallaccio Director Martyn Friend

Contributors

Unknown: Ngaio Marsh
Adapted By: Hugh Leonard
Unknown: Patrick Malahide
Unknown: Agatha Troy
Producer: George Gallaccio
Chief Inspector Alleyn: Patrick Malahide
Agatha Troy: Belinda Lang
Inspector Fox: William Simons
Sir Henry Ancred: Graham Crowden
Millamant Ancred: Eleanor Bron
Pauline Kentish: Susan Fleetwood
Thomas Ancred: Peter Blythe
Desdemona Ancred: Felicity Dean
SoniaOrrincourt: Emma Amos
Barker: Michael Bilton
Cedric Andred: Jonathan Cullen
Fenella Cairness: Sarah Win Man
Paul Kentish: Edward Atterton
JenettaCairnes: Patricia Garwood
Rattisbon: James Greene
Assistant Commissioner: Leslle Schofield
DrMaltravers: David Waller
Juniper: Michael Sheard
Panty Kentish: Samantha Glenn
Trumper: Michael Elwyn

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The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

BBC One London, 2 May 1993 19.30






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