Campion: Mystery Mile

Campion: Mystery Mile

Director: Ken Hannam Cast: Peter Davison, Brian Glover, Andrew Burt



Mystery Mile is an episode from the second season of the British mystery series Campion. The show stars Peter Davison as Albert Campion, a man whose mild-mannered demeanor hides a love of living on the edge. This episode is presented in a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. Supplemental materials include biographies of the cast as well as a biography of Margery Allingham, the author whose work provides the basis for this series.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/04/2004
UPC: 0794051197122
Original Release: 1990
Rating: NR
Source: Bbc Warner
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:48:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Cast biographies; Biography of author Margery Allingham

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Davison Albert Campion
Brian Glover Magersfontein Lugg
Andrew Burt Chief Insp. Stanislaus Oates
Brian Greene Judge Crowdy Lobbett
Gary Parker Marlowe Lobbett
Lisa Orgolini Isopel Lobbett
Andrew Castell Sir Giles Pagett
Elinor Morriston Biddy Pagett
Robert Robinson Rev. Swithin Cush
Miles Anderson Anthony Datchett
Edward Kelsey George Willsmore
Maryann Turner Alice Willsmore
Roger Hammond Kettle
Barbara Bolton Cuddy
Simon Williamson Ship's Officer
Samir Gupta Illusionist
Christine Crowshaw Pianist

Technical Credits
Ken Hannam Director
John Hawkesworth Teleplay

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [:43]
2. Tricky Crossing [6:14]
3. Last Chance [5:40]
4. Mystery Mile [3:58]
5. Strangers Arrive [3:25]
6. Fortune Telling [7:06]
7. Reverend Swithin [7:56]
8. An Alley [4:47]
9. The Maze [4:40]
10. The Art Expert [3:23]
11. Search Party [4:11]
12. End Credits [1:22]
1. Opening Credits [:43]
2. Messenger Boy [5:49]
3. Amateur Stuff [3:38]
4. Kidnapping [3:29]
5. Intelligence [3:55]
6. Off to London [6:23]
7. To the Rescue [5:42]
8. Blown Cover [5:39]
9. The Clue [5:01]
10. Mr. Simister? [8:05]
11. Weddings and Respects [3:19]
12. End Credits [1:24]

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