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The House on Haunted Hill
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)
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Production Info
Director Ray Austin
Story by
Screenplay by Tony Williamson
Producer Monty Berman
Music Edwin Astley
Cinematography Gerald Moss
Editor Jack T. Knight
Production Code
Transmission Info
Season 1
Episode 9
Airdate 16 November 1969
Length
Guest Star(s)
Episode Production Order
Previous
Next
Episode Transmission Order
Previous Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying?
Next When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things?

PlotEdit

Jeff is asked to investigate whether Merston Manor, a house which is impossible to sell, is really haunted after two previous psychics were scared off. He is looking into a jewel theft and sends Marty to the manor instead. Marty initially believes the ghostly sounds to be genuine but they are actually being made by the jewel thieves who are using the house as their den and want to scare off visitors. The gang capture Jeff and Jenny, Jeannie's sister but Marty comes to their rescue by appearing to one of the psychics previously frightened off, who summons help.[1]

Guest CastEdit

Episode CrewEdit

Casting by John Owen

Art Direction by Charles Bishop

Makeup Department Henry Montsash .... Hairdresser Elizabeth Romanoff .... Makeup artist

Production Management Malcolm Christopher .... production manager Ronald Liles .... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Jack Lowin .... second unit director Michael Meighan .... assistant director

Art Department Roger Christian .... set dresser Peter Dunlop .... production buyer Bill Greene .... construction manager A.J. Van Montagu .... scenic artist

Sound Department Guy Ambler .... sound editor Denis Porter .... sound recordist Dennis Whitlock .... sound recordist

Stunts Frank Maher .... stunt coordinator Harry Fielder .... stunt double: Mike Pratt (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department Brian Elvin .... camera operator: second unit Val Stewart .... camera operator Arthur Lemming .... camera operator (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department Laura Nightingale .... costume supervisor

Editorial Department Philip Aizlewood .... post production

Music Department Edwin Astley .... musical director Alan Willis .... music editor

Other crew Sally Ball .... continuity Cyril Frankel .... creative consultant Dennis Spooner .... executive story consultant

ReferencesEdit

  1. IMDB entry


Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) 1969
My Late Lamented Friend and Partner I A Disturbing Case I All Work and No Pay I Never Trust a Ghost I That's How Murder Snowballs I Just for the Record I Murder Ain't What It Used to Be! I Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? I The House on Haunted Hill I When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things? I The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo I For the Girl Who Has Everything I But What a Sweet Little Room I Who Killed Cock Robin? I The Man From Nowhere I When the Spirit Moves You I Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave I Could You Recognise the Man Again? I A Sentimental Journey I Money to Burn I The Ghost Talks I It's Supposed to Be Thicker Than Water I The Trouble with Women I Vendetta for a Dead Man I You Can Always Find a Fall Guy I The Smile Behind the Veil

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