Lord Peter Wimsey

Season 2 Episode 2

The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, Part 2: Mr Oliver

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Aired Wednesday 8:15 PM Feb 08, 1973 on BBC
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The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, Part 2: Mr Oliver
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In order to figure out the exact time of death of General Fentiman, Lord Peter tries to reconstruct the general's activities during the twenty-four hours prior to the discovery of the body. Apparently Fentiman met a certain Mr Oliver, but no-one seems to remember this mysterious man.moreless

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    John Quentin

    John Quentin

    George Fentiman

    Guest Star

    Clifford Rose

    Clifford Rose

    Mr Pritchard

    Guest Star

    Donald Pickering

    Donald Pickering

    Dr Penberthy

    Guest Star

    Mark Eden

    Mark Eden

    Detective Inspector Parker

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Several characters mention the year in this episode. Apparently the story takes place in 1922, which is strange as the novel was published in 1928 and Dorothy L. Sayers had the habit of letting her main characters age naturally with each novel. (Even more peculiarly, Clouds of Witness, the previous serial, was set in 1928, though the novel was published in 1926.) In the television time line these events take place before those of Clouds of Witness, in the novels it was the other way around.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Lord Peter: What an acid man you are, Mr Pritchard. No reverence, no faith. Do lawyers ever go to heaven?

      • Lord Peter [ to Robert Fentiman ]: After all you experienced during the war you oughtn't be so sensitive about corpses. You and I have seen many things far less seemly than a nice, quiet little resurrection in a respectable cemetery.

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