Murder Most Horrid

Season 1 Episode 1

The Case of the Missing

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Aired Unknown Nov 14, 1991 on BBC Two
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The Case of the Missing
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A traffic WPC is suddenly put in charge of a seemingly straight forward murder case, which gradually becomes more complex and mysterious.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • In the opening sequence, the following books are shown on the bookshelf prior to Dawn French pulling down the volume of Shakespeare:
        The Coroner's Verdict by Alan Fraser, M.D.
        Forensic Evidence by Prof. Eric Newborn
        A Career in Pathology by Trevor Puckle, MSc
        Autopsy in Perspective, Second Edition by Dr. Paul Burn
        Teen Studs from Hell by Al Watson

      • Visual references to the Masonic-type secret society are scattered throughout the episode. For example, the coffee mugs of all of the policemen at the police station are embossed with a Masonic symbol (protractor and square), and the playing cards being held by the people sitting in the pub have a checkerboard symbol on the back.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Opening Narration: "Lilies that fester smell far worse than weeds." Eew. Shakespeare really knew what he meant when he wrote that. Though in olden days, he would have written it in big italic feather pen writing, I expect. Probably. This week -- corruption. Not funny. Not clever. Not hygienic.

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