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|Main character(s):||Jago, Litefoot, Strax|
|Main setting:||London, the 1890s|
|Publisher:||Big Finish Productions|
|Music:||Howard Carter, theme by Jamie Robertson|
|Cover by:||Tom Webster|
|Release date:||11 November 2015|
|Jago & Litefoot|
|The Museum of Curiosities||Jago & Son|
Publisher's summary Edit
Strax, the Sontaran butler to Victorian investigator Vastra and her wife Jenny, suffers a disorienting attack and mistakes Jago & Litefoot for Jenny and Vastra and moves into Litefoot's home. Together, they are on the trail of a creature that is stealing brains, which may or may not be linked to a haunted house in London...
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- Henry Gordon Jago - Christopher Benjamin
- Professor George Litefoot - Trevor Baxter
- Strax - Dan Starkey
- Ellie - Lisa Bowerman
- Inspector Quick - Conrad Asquith
- Marvo - Stephen Critchlow
- Mrs Multravers - Carolyn Seymour
- Strax confuses Jago and Litefoot for Jenny and Vastra, and believes them to be married.
- Strax believes the parrot in the stage show is a Rutan in disguise.
- Jago enjoys reading penny dreadfuls.
- A newspaper published during the 1800s was The Daily Bugle.
- This story was recorded at The Moat Studios on 4 and 6 August.
- The first question of Mrs Multravers lists several numbers starting from 1. The correct answer to the question implies that all these numbers, including 1, are prime. While in the modern mathematics it is accepted that 1 is neither prime nor composite, it was not uncommon to consider 1 prime at the time the story is set. In particular, the entry for Number published in 1890 in the 9th edition of Encyclopædia Britannica stated that every positive number was either prime or composite and explicitly listed 1 as prime.
- Strax refers to Ellie as "lad", believing her to be male. He has misgendered Clara Oswald on a number of occasions. (TV: Deep Breath et al.)