Season 4, Episode 21
Air date February 15, 1954
Written by Spike Milligan
Guest(s) None
Produced by Peter Eton
Musical interludes unidentified
Episode Guide
The Toothpaste Expedition
The Great Ink Drought of 1902
Season "Vintage Goons", Episode 6
Air date October 13, 1958
Written by Spike Milligan
Guest(s) None
Produced by Roy Speer
Musical interludes "One, Two, Button My Shoe" (Geldray),
"Will You Still Be Mine?" (Ellington)
Episode Guide
The Kippered Herring Gang
The Ink Shortage

Synopsis Edit

Lord Cretinby has been murdered in his mansion in the quiet village of Burley-on-Cleat. Inspector Ned Seagoon is on the case, which takes a strange turn when the room where the murder occured vanishes!

Background Edit

The story uses many of the popular tropes of the drawing-room mystery, such as the English countryside setting, the room which allegedly no one entered, and, of course, the murderous butler.

The version in season 4 is officially titled "The Case of the Vanishing Room".

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