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Elliot Brick's "The Case of the Maltese Ferret" or "Clueless in Seattle" by Bert Furioli and Butch Maxwell

The world's dumbest private detective thinks he is on an ordinary domestic stakeout, but when Elliot Brick is hired by suspicious widow Mrs. Whitebread to tail her husband-to-be, Mr. Greenjeans, Brick stumbles into the stately but creepy mansion of the ancient Mrs. Peacock-a-Doodle-Doo, where a strange assortment of guests have arrived, including her scheming niece Miss Scarletta, eccentric mercenary Colonel Ketchup, and a peculiar scientist named Professor Plumb-loco.

Standing: Cheryl Saseen as Miss Scarletta, Michael Ramsey as Mr. Greenjeans, Arlene Merryman as Mrs. Whitebread, Gino Angelo as Proifessor Plumb-loco, Dee McCorkle as Mrs. Peacock-a-doodle-Doo, Bert Furioli as Colonel Ketchup. Front: Butch Maxwell as Elliot Brick

Before the night is through, someone is murdered with six possible weapons, nine possible locations and six suspects. Plus, Brick's arch-nemesis, Lieutenant Cleftjaw is dogging him. And what does any of this have to do with a ferret?

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Original Run: April 20 - July 27, 2005 | Weekend Edition: March - May 2006 | New Year's Eve 2006 | Revival: January - March 2012

Last updated: March 17, 2012