Production Information[edit | edit source]
|Aired: April 5th, 1987|
|Written By: Robert Van Scoyk|
|Directed By: Seymour Robbie|
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|Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link|
|Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer|
|Producer: Robert F. O'Neill|
Starring[edit | edit source]
Regular Cast[edit | edit source]
Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
Recurring Cast[edit | edit source]
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
Ellen Bry as Linda Stevens
Joseph Campanella as George McDaniels
Bruce Davison as David Carroll
Ed Lauter as Sheriff Orville Yates
John McLiam as Harry Stevens
Mitchell Ryan as Captain Ernest Lenko
Charlene Tilton as Cyndy March
Marie Windsor as Kate Gunnerson
Jeff Yagher as Deputy Wayne Beeler
Dick Balduzzi as Gil Stokes
Summary[edit | edit source]
When the reformed mayor, James Edward "Jim" Stevens, of a small town dies in a seemingly car accident, his father, Harry Stevens, tries to get an investigation of the accident. But, after he is murdered, too, Jessica wonders if there is a connection.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Victim(s): James Edward "Jim" Stevens & Harry Stevens
Killer: Councilman David Carroll
Cause of death: Automobile crash due to tampered brakes; blunt force trauma from ashtray.
Motive: Was threatening to shut down a gambling establishment, run by Kate Gunnerson that was profitable to him; kept inquiring about his son's death and was afraid he'd learn of its' true nature.
DVD Release[edit | edit source]
Murder, She Wrote: The Complete Third Season.