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Return of the Morlwagget 

When Grant Logan, out-of-work actor and partner to ace detective Rip Hilliard, breaks down far from home, little does he know that he has stumbled into a town gripped by fear of a green ... See full summary »

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Peter Hume (creator), James L. Novack

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Episode credited cast:
John Gielgud ... Grandpa
Leigh Lawson ... Grant Logan
Kristopher Milnes Kristopher Milnes ... Riply Hilliard
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When Grant Logan, out-of-work actor and partner to ace detective Rip Hilliard, breaks down far from home, little does he know that he has stumbled into a town gripped by fear of a green slimy, bubbling creature, the Morlwagget. That town is Hatchet - onion capital of England - a tourist trap until the monster from the deep began rising from its slimy lair. According to local legend, the Morlwagget is incensed by Maisie and Daisie, identical twin daughters of Gus Skillen. Gus, who owns the local pub, was making a good living with his ice cream van and boat hire business - that is, until the Morlwagget appeared to frighten the tourists away. With business bad and his own family in the firing line, Gus hires Grant to rid the town of its terrible curse by proving the Morlwagget doesn't exist. But Rip managers to do just the opposite - he tempts the hideous beast out of its lair and captures it on camera - much to the delight of Mrs. Nightingale, a sprightly 60-year old with a life-long ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime

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1995 (USA) See more »

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