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Lord Peter Wimsey : The unpleasantness at the Bellona Club

Author: Ian CarmichaelRonald WilsonRichard BeynonDorothy L SayersBritish Broadcasting Corporation.All authors
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : Acorn Media, 1999, ©1973.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The mystery begins in the lounge of the Bellona Club where the elderly members all slumber like corpses in their chairs. On Armistice Day 1922, one of them really is a corpse. Question is, did the General or his sister, the Wealthy Lady Dorland, die first. Wimsey uncovers love, greed, anguish, betrayal and finally, the bitter truth.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Carmichael; Ronald Wilson; Richard Beynon; Dorothy L Sayers; British Broadcasting Corporation.; Acorn Media Corporation, Inc.
ISBN: 1569383529 : 9781569383520 1569383537 9781569383537 1569383545 9781569383544 1569383553 9781569383551 1569383561 9781569383568
OCLC Number: 43841754
Credits: Produced by Richard Beynon; directed by Ronald Wilson; adapted by John Bowen; story by Dorothy Sayers.
Cast: Starring Ian Carmichael.
Description: 4 videocassettes (180 min.; 45 min. each) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: Pt.1. Mysterious circumstances --
Pt.2. Mr. Oliver --
Pt.3. That damned Dorland woman --
Pt.4. Execution day.
Other Titles: Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club
Responsibility: BBC.

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The mystery begins in the lounge of the Bellona Club where the elderly members all slumber like corpses in their chairs. On Armistice Day 1922, one of them really is a corpse. Question is, did the General or his sister, the Wealthy Lady Dorland, die first. Wimsey uncovers love, greed, anguish, betrayal and finally, the bitter truth.

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