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Issue 2 Group Episode Review

As many of you will know by now, one of the regular features we’ll be having in the magazine is a group review of selected episodes from select TV series.  With this in mind, we are now looking for those of you who would like to pen reviews for Issue 2’s Group Episode Reviews.  We are looking for 3-4 people (per issue) to review the said episode.

All you have to do is watch the select episode and then write up a review (of no more than 1000 words) of said episode. Said review will be then submitted to us the editors, for publication in each issue of the magazine.

For the Issue 2 we have chosen to review RANDALL & HOPKIRK (DECEASED): MY LATE LAMENTED FRIEND AND PARTNER (Episode 1). This is the pilot episode of the popular 1969 British television series starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre / Written by Ralph Smart / Directed by Cyril Frankel / Produced by Monty Berman
Private eyes Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk are gathering information to allow Fay Sorrensen to divorce her cheating husband but he murders her and makes it look like a heart attack. Marty is suspicious but is killed by a hit-and-run driver before he can prove that Sorrensen is a murderer. His white-suited ghost gets Jeff to meet him at his grave in the cemetery and they expose the murderer between them. However, Marty has been out of his grave beyond the dawn and must wander the Earth as a ghost for the next century, though only Jeff can see him.

Reviews should be submitted to us by September 8, 2018.

Reviews should be submitted in Word (.doc/docx) format.  When submitting the review, please provide you full name, and email contact.

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