|Aired: November 22nd, 1987|
|Teleplay by: John D.F. Black & Paul Savage
Story by: John D.F. Black
|Directed By: Nick Havinga|
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|Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link|
|Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer|
|Producer: Robert F. O'Neill|
To look into a small-town murder, Jessica poses as the sister of the slain woman.
This is Joan Caulfield's last appearance.
Victim: Charlotte Welch
Killer: C.J. Dobbs
Cause of death: Stabbing
Motive: Threatened to call the police upon finding out Dobbs cheated her out of a valuable piece of land.
There is a place called Eden, Oregon, but it's in the northwest corner of the state. Driving from Eugene instead of Portland, as Lewis suggests, would add two to three hours to the trip.
Sheriff Landry (Roy Thinnes) wears a shirt that has a special fixture sewn in over the left pocket that holds a badge without making holes in the shirt but he never has a badge on his shirt.
In the opening lunch scene between Jessica and Mary Rose, the letter they're passing between each other has no writing on it.
Only Mary Rose, knew that Charlotte was her sister, yes, others knew that Mary Rose was Charlotte's sister, but where's the story for Eddie Mackle to know where to look for Mary Rose ?
Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
MacDonald Carey as Dr. Gordon Lynch
Joan Caulfield as Mary Rose Welch
Thom Christopher as Reverend Wilfred Manchester
Tom Fitzsimmons as Lewis Framm
Betty Garrett as Martha Neilson
Rosanna Huffman as Dora Manchester
Tricia O'Neil as Lila Benson
Renata Scott as Charlotte Welch
Roy Thinnes as Sheriff Howard Landry
Mills Watson as Glen Roy Sitwell
Stuart Whitman as C.J. Dobbs
Murder, She Wrote: the Complete Fourth Season.