February 9-15: Including Mad Money and Moonrise Kingdom

By Diana Balham In TV Films

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31st January, 2013
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 Beyond Reasonable Doubt (Maori, 8.30pm). Probably our most famous miscarriage of justice case before David Bain hit the headlines, this engrossing drama tells the now familiar story of Arthur Allan Thomas and the Crewe murders. It was scripted by David Yallop (the Joe Karam of his time), whose book on the case helped gain Thomas his freedom in 1979. Despite featuring just about every Kiwi actor on the books at the time (yes, including Bruno Lawrence), Thomas is played by Australian John Hargreaves and Inspector Hutton is Brit David Hemmings. (1980) ...

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