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Murder, She Wrote: Season One
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Murder, She Wrote: Season Nine
Murder, She Wrote: Season Ten

Episodes:

  1. "A Death in Hong Kong"
  2. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  3. "The Legacy of Borbey House"
  4. "The Phantom Killer"
  5. "A Virtual Murder"
  6. "Bloodlines"
  7. "A Killing in Cork"
  8. "Love and Hate in Cabot Cove"
  9. "Murder at a Discount"
  10. "Murder in White"
  11. "Northern Explosion"
  12. "Proof in the Pudding"
  13. "Portrait of Death"
  14. "Deadly Assets"
  15. "Murder on the Thirtieth Floor"
  16. "Time to Die"
  17. "The Dying Game"
  18. "The Trouble with Seth"
  19. "Roadkill"
  20. "A Murderous Muse"
  21. "Wheel of Death"
Murder, She Wrote: Season Eleven
Murder, She Wrote: Season Twelve
Murder, She Wrote: TV Movies
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Novels
Games
DVDs

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Summary[]

While restoring her house in Cabot Cove, Jessica worries that her contractor is preoccupied by the remodeling of another house until the project is put on hold when the client is found murdered.

Victim(s): Laurel Perrin (happened 18 months prior) and Lawrence Baker

Killer: Charles Weatherly

Cause of Death: Bludgeoned with a hammer; stabbed in the chest with a wooden stake.

Motive: Angry after she changed her mind and decided to break off their engagement; to stop the renovations, which would have led to Laurel's body being discovered.

Goofs[]

Borbey is not a Hungarian word. The noun baker, as in "one who bakes," is pek in Hungarian.

If Laurel Perrin's body had truly been walled up for 18 months, somebody (especially the previous homeowners) would have eventually noticed the smell of a decomposing body. Drywall is not sufficient to hide that kind of odor.

Lawrence Baker has an aversion to sunlight & yet he had no problem walking in sunlight for when he was at Philip's place of work when he encountered Jessica & he didn't have sunglasses did he, that anyone male or female would take off when coming into a place of business, now wouldn't they ?

The East German heard Sorenson & Baker fighting, he was the only one who heard the fight, was it ever proven who else had heard the fight besides the East German ?

Where Laurel's body was found, showed that it was apart of the house that Lawrence wanted removed, so with it being a part of the house would have made it a bearing wall, because Charles had boarded Laurel's body up in it, so you tell me as to how that didn't make it a bearing wall ?

Starring[]

Regular Cast[]

Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher

Recurring Cast[]

Guest Stars[]

David Birney as Lawrence Baker
Roy Dotrice as Dr. Howard Sorenson
Richard Gilliland as Charles Weatherly
Gary Hershberger as Dave Perrin
Judith Jones as Molly Holt
Ron Masak as Sheriff Mort Metzger (as Ron Másak)
Christopher Neame as Peter Jatich
Lawrence Pressman as Philip Holt
Madlyn Rhue as Jean O'Neill
William Windom as Dr. Seth Hazlitt
Louis Herthum as Deputy Andy Broom
Barbara Townsend as Mrs. Higgins
Steve Jackson as Jim Milio
Donnie Jeffcoat as Teenage Boy
Susan T. Collins as Teenage Girl (as Susan Christy)
Richard Jamison as Delivery Man

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