Mystery!: Campion (1989–1990)
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Flowers for the Judge: Part 2 

Trying to prove his friend's innocence Campion makes several discoveries, including the fact that the murder was an exact copy of one in a book published by the Golden Quill. The dead man ... See full summary »

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Margery Allingham (novel), John Hawkesworth (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Peter Davison ... Albert Campion
Brian Glover ... Magersfontein Lugg
Robert Lang ... John Barnabas
Barrie Ingham ... Ritchie Barnabas
Neil Daglish Neil Daglish ... Michael Barnabas
Amanda Royle Amanda Royle ... Gina Brande
Jonathan Moore Jonathan Moore ... Riggett
Philippa Urquhart Philippa Urquhart ... Miss Curley
Francesca Hall Francesca Hall ... Miss Netley
Patricia Maynard Patricia Maynard ... Teddie Dell
Kristine Howarth ... Mrs. Peel
Christian Rodska ... Sandy
Maurice Lane Maurice Lane ... Postmaster

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Trying to prove his friend's innocence Campion makes several discoveries, including the fact that the murder was an exact copy of one in a book published by the Golden Quill. The dead man also had a mistress, who tells Campion that there was more than the one key to the basement and that Paul Brand had recently had one cut for himself. Plainly Brand was murdered because he had found out something about the William Congreve manuscript which somebody wanted keeping quiet. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[an anonymous person has sent Miss Netley's post office savings book to Campion]
Albert Campion: Then there are these irregular payments.
Miss Netley: Birthdays.
Albert Campion: Ah. People give you money and you pay it into your account. How many birthdays a year do you have? This particular year, did you have a birthday on the 11th and the 13th and the 17th of January? I mean, to add to the birthdays you had in November and December of last year.
Miss Netley: I don't *have* to talk you.
Albert Campion: You may find it less painful to talk to me.
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Flowers for the Judge: Part 2
25 May 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Flowers for the Judge is a book. A story that contained the exact method of murder that visited Paul Brande.

Campion comes to a conclusion that either that the Congreve manuscript does not exist or if it does exist, there are some other reasons for it not to be published apart for it being too rude. Times have changed.

There are several suspects including those in the Barnabas family who seem to treat the publishing house like some of circus. However Campion might be walking into a trap.

A somewhat confusing conclusion to the story. I have to say that the unpublished manuscript which was supposedly so valuable did not make much sense.


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English

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2 March 1990 (UK) See more »

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