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Julian Fellowes Investigates: a Most Mysterious Murder


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The Case of Violet Sidney. A peak behind the curtains of suburban Britain in the late 1920s as Julian Fellowes probes the unsolved murders of three members of an upper middle-class Croydon family and uncovers a tale of illeaitimate children and familial bitterness.
Writers Julie Dixon and Julian Fellowes
Producer Clare Alan ; Director Delyth Thomas


Unknown: Violet Sidney
Unknown: Julian Fellowes
Unknown: Julie Dixon
Unknown: Julian Fellowes
Producer: Clare Alan
Director: Delyth Thomas
Violet Sidney: Jean Marsh
Grace Duff: Stella Gonet
Thomas Sidney: Richard Lumsden
Vera Sidney: Amanda Root
Dr Elwell: David Yelland
Mrs Noakes: Rachel Atkins
Edmund Duff: Tom Chadbon
John Duff: Thomas Sangster
Margaret Sidney: Jennifer Calvert
Dr Jackson: Michael Haughey
Aunt Gwen: Jacqueline Clarke
Amy: Abigail Hollick

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Julian Fellowes Investigates: a Most Mysterious Murder

BBC One London, 30 December 2005 21.50

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