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Season 7 Episode 1

It's Murder

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Aired Unknown Jan 05, 1986 on BBC
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It's Murder
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It seems the campers are no longer prepared to put up with Mr. Partridge's behaviour towards their children. So the staff are faced with a predicament when he goes missing.

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Barry Howard

Barry Howard

Barry Stuart-Hargeaves

Chris Andrews (II)

Chris Andrews (II)

Gary

David Griffin

David Griffin

Squadron Leader Clive Dempster DFC

David Webb (II)

David Webb (II)

Stanley Matthews

Diane Holland

Diane Holland

Yvonne Stuart-Hargreaves

Felix Bowness

Felix Bowness

Fred Quilly

Bill Pertwee

Bill Pertwee

Angry Camper

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Billy Burden

Billy Burden

Mr. Thompson

Guest Star

Barry Birch

Barry Birch

Boy In Ballroom

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • (It's very difficult to wake up Clive in the morning.)
      Peggy: How did you manage when you were in the RAF during the war and they shouted, "Scramble! Bandits at 12 o'clock!"
      Clive: I'm perfectly prepared to meet bandits at 12 o'clock, but not at half past eight in the morning. Anyhow, I was a bomber pilot. We didn't scramble, we operated at night.
      Peggy: Haven't changed much, have you?

    • (Ted thinks Spike has unusual ears.)
      Ted: As a comedian you can exploit them. Joe E. Brown did it with his mouth. 'Schnozzle' Durante did it with his nose. And you could do it with your ears. Mae West did it and all.

    • Gladys: You be careful, Peggy. Men are all the same.
      Peggy: Not the ones I meet.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Peggy mentions that a drunken Partridge shocked the campers by singing "The Ballad of Eskimo Nell". This bawdy song describes how Deadeye Dick and Mexican Pete meet a renowned prostitute. Its origins or author are unknown, but it was probably written in the nineteen thirties.

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