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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Colonel March of Scotland Yard (1954-1956 TV series)(7 disc set, complete series) DVD-R

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Complete 26 episodes on 7 disc set.




Colonel March of Scotland Yard is a 1950s British television series based on author John Dickson Carr's (aka Carter Dickson) fictional detective Colonel March from his book The Department of Queer Complaints (1940). Carr was a mystery author who specialised in locked-room whodunnits and other 'impossible' crimes: murder mysteries that seemed to defy possibility. The stories of the television series followed in the same vein with Detective March solving cases that baffle Scotland Yard and the British police. Starring Boris Karloff and Ewan Roberts.
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Complete 26 episodes on 7 disc set.

Colonel March of Scotland Yard is a 1950s British television series based on author John Dickson Carr's (aka Carter Dickson) fictional detective Colonel March from his book The Department of Queer Complaints (1940). Carr was a mystery author who specialised in locked-room whodunnits and other 'impossible' crimes: murder mysteries that seemed to defy possibility. The stories of the television series followed in the same vein with Detective March solving cases that baffle Scotland Yard and the British police. Starring Boris Karloff and Ewan Roberts.

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