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Man in a Suitcase

Season 1 Episode 27

Who's Mad Now?

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Aired Wednesday 9:10 PM Mar 27, 1968 on ITV
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Who's Mad Now?
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Called to help an old friend, McGill investigates her story that she is being followed and her husband's claim that she's neurotic. Strange events make McGill wonder just who is playing a double game.

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    Robert Hutton

    Robert Hutton

    Jason Heinemann

    Guest Star

    Audine Leith

    Audine Leith

    Joan Heinemann-Caggen

    Guest Star

    Philip Madoc

    Philip Madoc

    Dr Forsythe

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Jason: I'm responsible for my wife. Her safety or happiness.
        McGill: Well, good for you.
        Jason: I'm her husband and I happen to love her. She's my responsibility and not yours.
        McGill: Well, that's what I tried to tell her, but she seemed pretty scared and she asked me for help.
        Jason: She never needed you. She needs security, a home, stability. Everything you never had and never will have.
        McGill: Well, if it's going to make me as happy as it's made you, I hope I never do have.

      • McGill: Well, if it's not her, real or imagined, then who is it? Who could it be?
        Joan: My guilt, myself. My mother, Death. You're the detective, you decide. I think I prefer Death

    • NOTES (2)

      • Philip Madoc (Dr Forsyth) describes Richard Bradford as a - 'Very smooth operater, always immacultely dressed - striking appearance!'

      • London locations - Strand on the Green W4, Post Office Alley W4, Victoria Embankment WC1, Ennismore Gardens SW7, The P.S. Tattershall Castle on the Thames.

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