Colonel March is a fictional detective created by John Dickson Carr. He appeared in a number of short stories written in the 1930s and 1940s of "impossible crime" mysteries. He was an official attached to Scotland Yard in the so-called Department of Queer Complaints. Carr based March on Major John Street, MC, OBE with whom he had co-written the novel Drop to His Death. Colonel March was portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1950s British TV series, Colonel March of Scotland Yard.

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  • Colonel March is a fictional detective created by John Dickson Carr. He appeared in a number of short stories written in the 1930s and 1940s of "impossible crime" mysteries. He was an official attached to Scotland Yard in the so-called Department of Queer Complaints. Carr based March on Major John Street, MC, OBE with whom he had co-written the novel Drop to His Death. Colonel March was portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1950s British TV series, Colonel March of Scotland Yard. (en)
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  • Colonel March is a fictional detective created by John Dickson Carr. He appeared in a number of short stories written in the 1930s and 1940s of "impossible crime" mysteries. He was an official attached to Scotland Yard in the so-called Department of Queer Complaints. Carr based March on Major John Street, MC, OBE with whom he had co-written the novel Drop to His Death. Colonel March was portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1950s British TV series, Colonel March of Scotland Yard. (en)
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