CTVA UK - "Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased)" (ITC)(1969-70) starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre

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Randall And Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969-70)
US title: 'My Partner, the Ghost'

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Scoton Production
ITC - Incorporated Television Company (Lew Grade)
Series Created by Dennis Spooner
Produced by Monty Berman

UK Detective series 1969-70   26 episodes x 60 min colour

starring:
Mike Pratt as Jeff Randall
Kenneth Cope as Marty Hopkirk
Co-Starring
Annette Andre as Jean Hopkirk
recurring cast:
Judith Arthy as Jennifer, Jean's sister
(#2 "A Disturbing Case" #6 "The House on Haunted Hill")
Ivor Dean as Inspector Large
Michael Griffiths as Inspector Nelson

Jeff Randall ( Mike Pratt) and Marty Hopkirk (Kenneth Cope) are partners in a London Private Eye firm. When Marty Hopkirk
is killed he reappears as a Ghost, but can only be seen by his partner, not even his widow, Jean Hopkirk (Annette Andre)
can see his ghost. This leads to some interesting story lines, and a very entertaining series.

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21Sep69 - 13Mar70

 1.1 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): MY LATE LAMENTED FRIEND AND PARTNER
21-Sep-1969
Screenplay by Ralph Smart
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast:
Frank Windsor ............ John Sorrensen
Anne Sharp ............... Fay Sorrensen
Ronald Lacey ............. Beatnik
Harry Locke .............. Night Porter
Dolores Mantez ........... Happy Lee
Harold Innocent .......... Assassin
Dave Carter .............. Electrician
Anthony Sagar ............ Hotel Proprietor
James Donnelly ........... Detective
Tom Chatto ............... Doctor
Miki Marseilles .......... Manservant

1.2 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): A DISTURBING CASE (verified)
28-Sep-1969
Screenplay by Mike Pratt and Ian Wilson
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Judith Arthy ............. Jennifer (Jean's sister) (recurring)
David Bauer .............. Doctor Conrad
Gerald Flood ............. Doctor Lambert
Michael Griffiths ........ Inspector Nelson (recurring)
William Mervyn ........... Whitty
Charles Morgan ........... Arthur Phillips
Patrick Jordan ........... Smart
Adrian Ropes ............. The Sergeant
Geoffrey Reed ............ First Male Nurse
Max Faulkner ............. Second Male Nurse
Les White ................ Hales
Synopsis:
Unaware of Marty's ghostly presence, Jeannie and her sister Jenny catch Jeff apparently talking to himself.

1.3 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): ALL WORK AND NO PAY
5-Oct-1969
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Alfred Burke ............. Henry Foster
Dudley Foster ............ George Foster
Adrienne Corri ........... Laura
Noel Davis ............... Pawnbroker's clerk
Michael Rathbone ......... Man in Laundromat
Synopsis:
Jeannnie accepts a job offer from two spiritualists who claim to be able to put her in touch with Marty.

1.4 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): NEVER TRUST A GHOST (verified)
12-Oct-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Leslie Norman
Director of Photography, Frank Watts
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Peter Vaughan ............ James Howarth
Caroline Blakiston ....... Karen Howarth
Donald Morley ............ Inspector Clayton
Philip Madoc ............. Rawlins
Edina Ronay .............. Sandra
Brian Oulton ............. Dr. Plevitt
Synopsis:
It's hard to trust a ghost when he says he has seen a murder when the victim is still alive.

1.5 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THAT'S HOW MURDER SNOWBALLS (verified)
19-Oct-1969
Screenplay by Ray Austin
Directed by Paul Dickson
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Grazina Frame ............ Gloria Marsh
Arthur Brough ............ Snowy
Patrick Holt ............. Barry Jones
Harold Berens ............ Tony Lang
Valerie Leon ............. Kay
Michael Griffiths ........ Inspector Nelson (recurring)
James Bellchamber ........ Mark
Tony Thawnton ............ Fernandez
David Jason .............. Abel
Marie Makino ............. Old Lady
Stuart Hoyle ............. Kim
John Cazabon ............. Doctor
John Styles .............. Ventriloquist
Simon Barnes ............. Man with Cards
Synopsis:
A Russian roulette routine goes tragically wrong for a music-hall mindreader when a blank bullet is replaced
by a real one

1.6 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): JUST FOR THE RECORD (verified)
26-Oct-1969
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Ronald Radd .............. Pargiter
Olivia Hamnett ........... Anne Soames (Miss London)
Nosher Powell ............ Lord Dorking
Danny Green .............. Lord Surrey
Jan Rossini .............. Miss Moscow
Michael Beint ............ Senior Official
Jack Woolgar ............. Old Man
Katya Wyeth .............. Miss Budapest
Clifford Cox ............. Attendent
Ken Watson ............... Police Sergeant
Kevin Smith .............. Photographer
Synopsis:
Randall and Hopkirk run into a mystery involving beauty queens and a would-be king.

1.7 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): MURDER AIN'T WHAT IT USED TO BE (verified)
2-Nov-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Alan Gifford ............. Paul Kirstner
David Healy .............. Bugsy Spanio
Joyce Carey .............. Mrs Maddox
Sue Gerrard .............. Susan Kirstner
Raymond Adamson .......... Jack Lacey
Patrick Connor ........... Harry
Charles Lamb ............. Hotel Porter
Synopsis:
A ghostly encounter sparks off a vendetta between a prohibition gangster and the spirit of the rival for whose
death he was responsible.

1.8 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): WHOEVER HEARD OF A GHOST DYING?
9-Nov-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Ray Austin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Gues Cast:
John Fraser .............. Hellingworth
Alexandra Bastedo ........ Carol Latimer
Ivor Dean ................ Inspector Large (recurring)
Charles Lloyd Pack ....... Cecil Purley
Richard Caldicot ......... Doctor
Peter Hughes ............. The Butler
John Richmond ............ Lord Manning
Romo Garrara ............. Ray
Terry Plummer ............ Pete
Paddy Ryan ............... Larry
Robin John ............... Constable
Philip Weston ............ Second Constable
Synopsis:
The Randall and Hopkirk partnership is threatened when a clairvoyant tries to exorcise the ghostly Hopkirk.

1.9 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (verified)
16-Nov-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Judith Arthy ............. Jennifer, Jean's sister
(replacing Annette Andre for this episode)
Jeremy Burnham ........... Walter Previss
Peter Jones .............. Frederick P. Waller
Dermot Kelly ............. Henry Mace Horsfall
Duncan Lamont ............ Langford
Keith Buckley ............ Lattimer
George A. Cooper ......... Webster
Garfield Morgan .......... Carlson
William Kendall .......... Colonel Jarrett
Carol Rachelle ........... Miss James
David Sinclair ........... Smith
John Kidd ................ Simpson
Terry Duggan ............. Jackson
Synopsis 1:
Even a ghost can be scared when he finds himself in a haunted house and this one hides a secret.
Synopsis 2:
Jeff struggles to cope with two cases at once when he investigates a supposedly
haunted manor as well as the disappearance of a consignment of diamonds.

1.10 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): WHEN DID YOU START TO STOP SEEING THINGS? ****
(one of the best episodes)
23-Nov-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Ivor Dean ................ Inspector Large (recurring)
Clifford Evans ........... Sir Oliver Norenton
Keith Barron ............. Jarvis
Reginald Marsh ........... James Laker
Bessie Love .............. Mrs Trotter
Basil Dignam ............. Hepple
Peter Stephens ........... Sir Timothy Grange
Rosemary Donnelly ........ Diana
Phillip James ............ Holly
David Stoll .............. Tilvers
John Garvin .............. Tully
David Downer ............. Hinch
Synopsis:
Spoiler - should really be called "Will the real Jeff Randall please stand up?" (Good episode)

1.11 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE GHOST WHO SAVED THE BANK AT MONTE CARLO (verified)
30-Nov-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Mary Merrall ............. Clara Faringham
Brian Blessed ............ Lawsey
Veronica Carlson ......... Suzanne
John Sharp ............... Sagran
Nicholas Courtney ........ Max
Roger Delgado ............ Tapiro
Roger Croucher ........... Terry
Nicholas Chagrin ......... Andre
Clive Cazes .............. Claude
Michael Forrest .......... Verrier
Hans De Vries ............ Hibert
Colin Vancou ............. French Croupier
Eva Enger ................ Young Lady
Richard Pescud ........... Hotel Receptionist
Christopher Eedy ......... Bell Boy
Synopsis:
Jeff and Jeannie accompany Marty's elderly aunt to Monte Carlo as she attempts to win the roulette jackpot
with her "foolproof" system.

1.12 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): FOR THE GIRL WHO HAS EVERYTHING (verified)
7-Dec-1969
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Director of Photography, Eric Coop
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Lois Maxwell ............. Kim Wentworth
Marjorie Rhodes .......... Mrs Pleasance
Freddie Jones ............ James McAllister
Michael Coles ............ Larry Wentworth
Paul Bertroya ............ Jean-Claude
Carol Cleveland .......... Laura Slade
Eric Dodson .............. Vicar
Carol Dilworth ........... Girl
George Lee ............... Police Sergeant
Basil Clarke ............. Coroner
Synopsis:
A ghost becomes a ghost-hunter when death strikes in a haunted castle.

1.13 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): BUT WHAT A SWEET LITTLE ROOM (verified)
14-Dec-1969
Screenplay by Ralph Smart
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Director of Photography, Eric Coop
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Michael Goodliffe ........ Arthur De Crecy
Doris Hare ............... Madame Hanska
Norman Bird .............. Elliot
Anne De Vigier ........... Julia Fenwick
Frances Bennett .......... Anne Fenwick
Raymond Young ............ Rawlings
Cyril Renision ............ Andrews
Betty Woolfe ............. Martha
Chris Gannon ............. Salesman
Joby Blanchard ........... Police Inspector
Synopsis 1
Jeff Randall has been hired to find a missing woman. After learning that she has been attending seances,
he calls in Marty to shed some light on the mystery
Synopsis 2:
It takes a ghost to spot a phoney medium - and the same ghost to help his partner to solve a murder mystery.

1.14 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN ? (verified)
21-Dec-1969
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Cyril Luckham ............ Laverick
Jane Merrow .............. Sandra Joyce
Gabrielle Brune .......... Mrs Howe
David Lodge .............. Beeches
Maurice Hedley ........... Colonel Chalmers
Tenniel Evans ............ James Howe
David Webb ............... Police Sergeant
Michael Goldie ........... Gimbal
Philip Lennard ........... Johns
Susan Broderick .......... Carol
Leslie Schofield ......... Peter
Synopsis:
The attempted killing of birds leads to human murders when an eccentric
bird lover leaves a strange will

1.15 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE MAN FROM NOWHERE (verified)
28-Dec-1969
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Robert Tronson
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Ray Brooks ............... 'Marty'
Michael Gwynn ............ Hyde Watson
Patrick Newell ........... Mannering
Neil McCarthy ............ Griggs
James Bree ............... Mullet
Synopsis:
Widowed Jean Hopkirk meets a man who claims to be the reincarnation of her late husband. As Hopkirk looks on he
devises a way to prove the man is a fake.

1.16 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): WHEN THE SPIRIT MOVES YOU (verified)
2-Jan-1970
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Ray Austin
Directors of Photography, Frank Watts & Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Ivor Dean ................ Inspector Large (recurring)
Kieron Moore ............. Miklos Corri
Anton Rogers ............. Calvin P. Bream
Michael Gothard .......... Perrin
Peter J. Elliot .......... Wilks
Reg Lye .................. Manny
Anthony Marlowe .......... Cranley
Richard Kerley ........... Plain clothes Police Sergeant
Penny Brahms ............. Girl in luxury flat
Bill Reed ................ Parkin
Synopsis 1:
Having been implicated as the main man in a plot to supply fake bonds, Jeff is given 24 hours to come up with
125,000 pounds worht of bonds - or face death.
Synopsis 2:
Hopkirk takes on the role of invisible bodyguard. But the man he is assigned to watch (Anton Rogers) has the
ability to see him.

1.17 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): SOMEBODY JUST WALKED OVER MY GRAVE  (verified)
9-Jan1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Staring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast:
George Murcell ........... Mandrake
Bernard Kay .............. Dighton
Patricia Haines .......... Martha
Nigel Terry .............. Harry
Geoffrey Hughes .......... Harper
Cyril Shaps .............. Doctor Cholmond
Beverly Winn ............. Valerie
Andrew Sachs ............. Commentator
Michael Sheard ........... German Commentator
Synopsis 1:
Curious comings and goings at his grave cause even the ghostly Marty Hopkirk to accuse his partner of seeing things.
Synopsis 2:
While investigating Marty's claims that his own grave is being desecrated, Jeff stumbles across a plot to kidnap
the heir to a huge fortune.

1.18 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): COULD YOU RECOGNISE THIS MAN AGAIN? (verified)
16-Jan-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Ivor Dean ................ Inspector Large (recurring)
Madge Ryan ............... Mrs Roden
Stanley Meadows .......... George Roden
Dudley Sutton ............ Mort Roden
Richard Kerley .......... Sergeant Hinds
Norman Eshley ............ Mike Hales
John Bryans .............. Ralph Sorrel
Billy Milton ............. Loftus
Tricia Chapman ........... Tina
Roland Curram ............ Jennings
Dudley Jones ............. Ben Craddock
Walter Sparrow ........... Tramp
A.J. Brown ............... The Judge
David Gargill ............ Shop assistant
Michael Gover ............ Harry
John Arnatt .............. Uniformed Inspector
Bruce Beeby .............. Chalmers
John Harvey .............. Prosecuting Counsel
Synopsis 1:
Jeff and Jeannie are horrified to find a body in the back of their car. The dead man is a protection racketeer
- apparently the victim of a rival gangster
Synopsis 2:
Jean Hopkirk is held hostage to stop her from giving evidence in a murder case and not even a ghost can find her.

1.19 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (verified)
23-Jan-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Leslie Norman
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
William Squire ........... Sam Seymour
Tracey Crisp ............. Dandy Garrison
Drewe Henley ............. Tony
Victor Maddern ........... Det. Sergeant Watts
Antony Baird ............. Hamilton
John Rae ................. Alexander
Larry Taylor ............. Man in phone booth
Michael Bird ............. Sleeping car attendent
Billy Cornelius .......... Albert
Synopsis:
An unappealing assignment to transport 10,000 worth of goods from Glasgow to London becomes appealing
when the cargo turns out to be a beautiful blonde.

1.20 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): MONEY TO BURN
30-Jan-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Ray Austin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast:
Ivor Dean ................ Inspector Large (recurring)
Sue Lloyd ................ Elizabeth Saxon
Roy Desmond .............. Kevin O'Malley
Linda Cole ............... Anne-Marie Benson
Olga Lowe ................ Angela Kendon
Richard Kerley ........... Sergeant Hinds
Norman Beaton ............ Policeman
John Glyn-Jones .......... Chemist
John Hughes .............. Bank Worker
Tom Bowman ............... Security man
Roger Avon ............... Uniformed policeman
Don Vernon ............... Choreographer
Synopsis:
Hot money puts Randall into a hot spot - he is accused of stealing money intended for the incinerator

1.21 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE GHOST TALKS (verified)
6-Feb-1970
Screenplay by Gerald Kelsey
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Directors of Photography, Brian Elvin and Frank Watts
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast:
Alan MacNaughton ......... Major Brenan
John Collin .............. Jackson
Jack MacGowran ........... Joe Hudson
Marne Maitland ........... Captain Rashid
James Culliford .......... Parker
Thomas Heathcoate ........ Chief Inspector Horner
Peter Cellier ............ Long
Hilary Wontner ........... First man in steamroom
Jack Lambert ............. Second man in steamroom
John Boxer ............... Dr Musgrove
Geoffrey King ............ Sir Basil Duggan
Martin Carrol ............ Groves
Ian Butler ............... Page Boy
Synopsis 1:
While laid up in hospital with a broken leg, Jeff is forced to become the audience for one of his ghostly
partner's stories.
Synopsis 2:
Marty Hopkirk lives again as he recalls a spy drama that he handled on his own before his death.

1.22 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE THICKER THAN WATER (verified)
13-Feb-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Leslie Norman
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Felix Aylmer ............. Joshua Crackan
Liz Fraser ............... Fay Crackan
Neil McCallum ............ Rev Henry Crackan
Dick Bentley ............. Mesmero
Meredith Edwards ......... Hodder
John Hallum .............. Johnny Crackan
Michael Ripper ........... Punter
Earl Green ............... Ramon
Graham Armitage .......... Young Stage Director
John A. Tinn ............. Sung Lee Crackan
Synopsis:
Yearning to get back to a normal life, Jeff tells Marty to vanish and let him investigate his cases alone. Randall
is employed to deliver an envelope to an escaped convict without realising that it contains an invitation to death.

1.23 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN (verified)
20-Feb-1970
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Paul Maxwell ............. Alan Corder
Denise Buckley ........... Susan Lang
Edward Brayshaw .......... Paul Lang
Robert Russell ........... Harry
Nik Zaran ................ Brin
Gwen Nelson .............. Mrs Halloway
Arnold Diamond ........... Poker player
Neil Arden ............... Second player
Frederick Treves ......... Inspector
Howard Goorney ........... First Ghost
Harry Hutchinson ......... Secon Ghost
Keith Grenville .......... PC Russell
Synopsis:
When Susan Lang hires Jeff to follow her husband, a routine divorce investigation ends up with Jeff as the
fall-guy in a murder case.

1.24 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): VENDETTA FOR A DEAD MAN (verified)
27-Feb-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Cyril Frankel
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
George Sewell ............ Jansen
Barrie Ingham ............ Emil Cavallo-Smith
Ann Castle ............... Mrs Cavallo-Smith
Timothy West ............. Sam Grimes
Richard Owens ............ Police Sgt Bodyguard
William Dysart ........... Police Inspector
Harry Davies ............. Police Sgt in car
Ron Pember ............... Fairground Concessionaire
Colin Rix ................ Police Driver
Sue Vaughan .............. Blonde girl in car
Synopsis:
A vengeance seeking prisoner decides that, as Hopkirk is dead, his widow Jean must suffer instead.

1.25 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND A FALL GUY (verified)
6-Mar-1970
Screenplay by Donald James
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography, Brian Elvin
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Juliet Harmer ............ Miss Holliday
Patrick Barr ............. Yateman
Garfield Morgan .......... Edwards
Jeremy Young ............. Douglas Kershaw
Clifford Earl ............ 1st Detective
Tony Steedman ............ Surgeon
John Walker .............. Mechanic
Ingrid Sylvester ......... Receptionist
Maggie London ............ Nurse
Edward Caddick ........... Patient
Michael Graham ........... Anaesthetist
Synopsis:
Helping out a nun (Juliet Harmer) by investigating missing funds from a convent,
Jeff finds himself the fall guy in a case of industrial espionage.
Note: A complicated story.

1.26 [--] Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): THE SMILE BEHIND THE VEIL (verified)
13-Mar-1970
Screenplay by Gerald Kelsey
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Director of Photography, Gerald Moss
Starring: Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope, Annette Andre
Guest Cast: (end credits)
Alex Scott ............... Seaton
Hilary Tindall ........... Cynthia
Gary Watson .............. Donald Seaton
Freda Jackson ............ Mrs Evans
Peter Jesson ............. Hooper
Robin Hawdon ............. Grant
George Howe .............. Brooks
John Bott ................ Dyson
Michael Radford .......... Male hiker
Clare Jenkins ............ Girl hiker
David Forbes ............. Police Constable
Peter Lawrence ........... Policeman
Synopsis:
Only a ghost could notice the smile behind the veil of a funeral mourner. When Hopkirk does just that
a strange murder mystery is revealed.

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