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  1. Ironically because this trope is so well known, when an 'actual' butler is involved he rarely 'did it' or when he did it is down as a parody and Played for Laughs. The expression "The butler did it" was probably coined by novelist Mary Roberts Rinehart, although it's likely to be a .
  2. The Butler Did It Book Summary: Roy Fontaine, also known as Archie Hall, was a butler to Britain's aristocracy, and a rumoured lover of Prince Charles' great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten. He was also a serial killer whose modus operandi was to gain the confidence of his wealthy employers before taking their jewels and then their lives.
  3. "The Butler Did It and Did It Better" is the eighth episode of the second season and the eighth overall episode of The New Fred and Barney Show, a spin-off of the original series, The Flintstones. It aired on March 24, Fred purchases a new robot butler, Rollo, and is initially satisfied until Rollo soon shows that he can do almost everything better than miteredebtcysfateryslemeeniszyns.xyzinfo: "It's Not Their Bag".
  4. The Butler Did It takes place in London, England. The protagonist is Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham. The protagonist is Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham. For the last five years, he has been living at his remote country estate where he rarely has company.
  5. "The butler did it", a phrase associated with the novel The Door by Mary Roberts Rinehart "The Butler Did It", a single by Skogie " The Butler Did It (A Bird in the Hand) ", an episode of Police Squad! "The Butler Did It" (Arthur), a season 20 episode of Arthur.
  6. Dec 09,  · The concept of "the butler did it" is commonly attributed to Mary Roberts Rinehart. Her otherwise forgettable novel, The Door, is notable for (spoiler alert) the ending, in which the butler Author: Nate Pedersen.
  7. The Butler Did It! is a short comedy mystery/clue game, filled to the brim with dialogue, with one key difference, the game never lets the player accuse the person they actually want. Instead the detective will go seemingly out of his way to misunderstand the simple facts of the case.
  8. out of 5 stars The Butler Did It! Reviewed in the United States on September 2, Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. I've been following this JFK assassination from day one. And I like many Americans my responses evolved from shocked, to relieved (when they found the "assassin"), to shocked and relieved (when they killed the "assassin.

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