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Colonel March Investigates [DVD]
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Boris Karloff (with a distinguished-looking black eye patch and cloak) stars as Colonel March, the head of the Department of Queer Complaints at Scotland Yard. It is his job to investigate any unusual cases that are beyond the realm of routine criminal activities. Three investigations require the brilliant and insightful mind of Colonel March: a bank robbery for which an innocent man was framed; the murder of a Japanese dancer; and a house haunted by a pair of murderous gloves!
Originally released in 1952, this British murder mystery, based on the stories by Carter Dickson, is directed by Cy Endfield (Zulu; Zulu Dawn).
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As far as the complete series being released, not likely to happen. Only 12 episodes still exist in the UK vaults.
The complete run does exist in the US but would require extensive restoration work to bring them up to some sort of acceptable standard for DVD release, not to mention 'rights' clearance. Unlikely any company would want to make the sort of investment needed for an old series of such limited appeal.
I haven't yet seen this particular release but I have seen the episodes it is comprised of recently.They are pretty clunky and very low budget. Karloff stands out though & if you like old 'B' (very 'B'in this case )movies ,or remember the series with affection you'll probably enjoy it.
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Once again from the time when you where not treat as idiot its well acted and i throughly enjoyed any morePublished on 23 Mar. 2014 by Thbrookes