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Nightmare at Pendragon's Castle


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.
and introducing an off-beat young lawyer with a flair in detective work.
Charles Pendragon is all powerful and very rich. He is also ruthless and vicious and as near to being a monster as a man can get. So when he is murdered the suspects are legion. A difficult enough investigation, but there is something else. The murder weapon could not have been used by anyone except Pendragon himself.
Written by PETER s. FISCHER Directed by JAMES FRAULEY
(A new series of Eddie Capra mysteries begins on Friday 8 February at 9.25 pm on BBC1)


Unknown: Charles Pendragon
Written By: Peter S. Fischer
Directed By: James Frauley
Unknown: Eddie Capra
Charles Pendragon: Robert Vaughn
Lacey Brown: Wendy Phillips
J J Devlin: Ken Swofford
Harvey Winchell: Michael Horton
Jenny Brown: Seven Anne McDonald
Eddie Capra: Vincent Baggetta

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Nightmare at Pendragon's Castle

BBC One London, 28 January 1980 21.25

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