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Murder Most Horrid II: Overkill

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Before opening in her current West End show Me and Mamie O'Rourke, in which she stars with partner Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French filmed a second series of Murder Most Horrid. As before, Ms French adopts six widely different guises in stories of lust, robbery, food and every conceivable type of murder.
In the first story, Steven Moffat's Overkill, French plays Tina, a woman at the end of her tether. During a suicide attempt, Tina finds an international hit woman (Amanda Donohoe) climbing through her bathroom window, planning to bump off a nearby businessman. With Peter Vaughan and Colin Salmon.

A Talkback production for BBCtv

Contributors

Writer: Steven Moffatt
Director: Bob Spiers
Producer: Jon Plowman
Tina: Dawn French
Carmella Vezza: Amanda Donohoe
Doverson: Peter Vaughan
Lambert: Colin Salmon

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Murder Most Horrid II: Overkill

BBC Two England, 3 March 1994 21.00






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