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The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Patrick Malahide
I returns as Ngalo Marsh 's aristocratic sleuth In a new feature-length episode entitled Dead Water.
Margaret Tyzack and Jane Lapotaire co-star as two women at war over the future of a small
Scottish island. Miss Pride is the rightful landlord of Portacarrick, but Miss Cost is determined to turn It into a tourist attraction after the alleged cure of a young boy's warts by a "fairy" spring. A local squabble turns sinister after an attempt on Miss Pride's life; old friend Alleyn returns from his holiday to investigate.
A web of adultery and sexual jealousy soon weaves Itself around picturesque Pixie Falls.
The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries first came to the screen last year; Dead Water and other new episodes are showing as occasional "one-offs" rather than as a single series.
Screenplay by T R Bowen Producer George Gallaccio Director John Woods
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Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Malahide
Unknown: Ngalo Marsh
Unknown: Margaret Tyzack
Unknown: Jane Lapotaire
Unknown: Alleyn Mysteries
Unknown: T R Bowen
Producer: George Gallaccio
Director: John Woods
Chief InspectorAlleyn: Patrick Malahide
AgatkaTroy: Belinda Lang
Inspector Fox: William Simons
Emily Pride: Margaret Tyzack
ElsbethCost: Jane Lapotaire
Keith Ballantyne: James Cosmo
Dr Nairn: James Laurenson
Margaret Ballantyne: Eleanor David
Supt Campbell: Tom Watson
DulcieCruickshank: Mona Bruce
AlistairCruickshank: Robert McIntosh
AngusFindley: Jimmy Yuill
Wally McNabb: Ewen Bremner
Archie MacPherson: Peter Kelly
D S Bailey: Tim Dutton
CissieMcCulloch: Andrea Gibb

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The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

BBC One London, 1 April 1994 21.00






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