Whodunnit? (1972–1978)
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The Final Chapter 

An old army general is shot dead in his study - and the final chapter of his war memoirs, which were soon to be published, is stolen. What murky secrets were to be revealed in the final chapter that would prompt someone to murder him?
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Episode credited cast:
Jon Pertwee ... Himself - Presenter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maxine Audley ... Christine Barreau
George Baker ... Det. Inspector Martin
Henry Cooper ... Himsef - Panellist
James Greene ... Captain Woodland
Ursula Howells Ursula Howells ... Lady Evelyn Dixon
Richard Hurndall ... General Sir Ralph Dixon
Jimmy Jewel ... Himself - Panellist
Geoffrey Kirkness ... Det. Constable Jones
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Harold Adams
Aimi MacDonald Aimi MacDonald ... Herself - Panellist
Francis Matthews ... Himself - Panellist
Anne Ridler Anne Ridler ... Sarah Romany
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An old army general is shot dead in his study - and the final chapter of his war memoirs, which were soon to be published, is stolen. What murky secrets were to be revealed in the final chapter that would prompt someone to murder him?

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8 July 1974 (UK) See more »

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After the murder is committed the murderer changes the time on the clock with the barrel of the gun, but when Jon Pertwee explains at the end who the murderer is and what happens we are shown clearly the murderer using his finger to alter the time on the clock. See more »

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Great episode.
30 September 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

This has been my favourite episode to date, first time I felt the story has been very engaging, it really did feel like a traditional murder mystery, well written, but the likes of George Baker and Ursula Howells elevated it somehow.

The panel are hilarious for this one, but it's Rentaghost's Suzie Starlight, Aimi MacDonald that I found most amusing to watch, absolutely bonkers, but charming and hilarious with it. Henry Cooper was brilliant also, what a character, only this show could have a famous heavyweight boxer, and Suzie Starlight on a panel.

The outcome of the mystery was a little confused, but who cares, it was great fun. 9/10


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