A Most Mysterious Murder

Season 1 Episode 4

The Case of the Earl of Erroll

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Aired Unknown Dec 27, 2005 on BBC
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The Case of the Earl of Erroll
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Julian Fellowes investigates the unsolved murder of British ex-pat Lord Erroll. Known for his philandering ways, could it be a scorned lover or a jealous cuckold who fired the fatal shot in Kenya in 1941 as he travelled back from the Muthaiga Club after a night of partying?moreless

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      • Fellowes: Saved...by a hair's breath.

      • Fellowes: In the small hours of the 21st of January 1941, Jossyln Victor Hay, 22nd Earl of Errol and Hereditary High Constable of Scotland, was shot dead on the Nairobi and Napong Road.

      • Fellowes: As the World War raged, Nairobi club land danced on. You'd never have known that its most dazzling member, the handsome Earl of Erroll, was about to spend his last night on earth.

      • Fellowes: The famous Happy Valley set: a one man model for the waggish joke are you married or do you live in Kenya?

    • NOTES (3)

      • In an interview, actresses Rachel Fielding and Julia St. John said that they were disappointed not to all work together for longer as the cast and the crew working on this episode were a nice company of people to work with.

      • Some of the scene in this episode were filmed in their original locations in Kenya.

      • Julian Fellowes' parents moved to Kenya in 1943 where they met Diana Broughton. Fellowes claims to have been partial to privy information about who really did kill the Earl of Erroll but will not reveal his source.

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