Count Arthur Strong (2013–2017)
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Count Arthur's House of Horrors 

Barred from the café for creeping everyone out with his fortune telling, Arthur is mistaken for a spiritualist and asked to rid a haunted house of its otherworldly occupants.


Graham Linehan




Episode credited cast:
Steve Delaney Steve Delaney ... Count Arthur Strong
Rory Kinnear ... Michael Baker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zahra Ahmadi ... Sinem
Daniel Ashton-Lincoln Daniel Ashton-Lincoln ... Mean boy
Pandora Colin ... Monica
Bronagh Gallagher ... Birdie
Hermione Gulliford ... Philippa
Andy Linden Andy Linden ... John the Watch
Tony Nash ... Young Michael
David Plimmer David Plimmer ... Eggy
Chris Ryman ... Bulent
Tamara Sharpe Tamara Sharpe ... Young Michaels Dance Partner


Arthur faces being barred from the café for telling fortunes but, after Michael introduces him to his agent Philippa and her partner Monica, the women mistakenly believe Arthur is a spiritualist and ask him to exorcise their supposedly haunted house. So, he enlists his friends to simulate a haunting which they film. Unfortunately they also get drunk on crème de menth and fall asleep, after wrecking the house. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 May 2017 (UK) See more »

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House of Horrors
19 May 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The opening episode of the third series opens with Arthur doing his tarot card reading act which scares the bejesus out of the customers at Bulent's cafe.

Michael's agent is on the verge of getting him a very good book deal and things are going swimmingly with his new girlfriend Sinem.

However when Arthur insists in coming round to his agent's new house which they think is haunted, Arthur ends up doing an exorcism. Micheal meanwhile thinks it is all a bit silly but gets flashbacks to childhood memories which might explain his aversion to dancing in public.

Another gloriously daft episode of Count Arthur Strong, I did laugh out loud several times in the opening few minutes but the episode could not sustain itself throughout. I did like the pastiche of the film Exorcism as Arthur arrives at the house.

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