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Murder, She Wrote: Season One
Murder, She Wrote: Season Two
Murder, She Wrote: Season Three
Murder, She Wrote: Season Four
Murder, She Wrote: Season Five

Episodes:

  1. "J.B. As in Jailbird"
  2. "A Little Night Work"
  3. "Mr. Penroy's Vacation"
  4. "Snow White, Blood Red"
  5. "Coal Miner's Slaughter"
  6. "Wearing of the Green"
  7. "The Last Flight of the Dixie Damsel"
  8. "Prediction: Murder"
  9. "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"
  10. "Weave A Tangled Web"
  11. "The Search for Peter Kerry"
  12. "Smooth Operators"
  13. "Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble"
  14. "From Russia With Blood"
  15. "Alma Murder"
  16. "Truck Stop"
  17. "The Sins of Castle Cove"
  18. "Trevor Hudson's Legacy"
  19. "Double Exposure"
  20. "Three Strikes, You're Out"
  21. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (Part 1)"
  22. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (Part 2)"
Murder, She Wrote: Season Six
Murder, She Wrote: Season Seven
Murder, She Wrote: Season Eight
Murder, She Wrote: Season Nine
Murder, She Wrote: Season Ten
Murder, She Wrote: Season Eleven
Murder, She Wrote: Season Twelve
Murder, She Wrote: TV Movies
The Law & Harry McGraw
Novels
Games
DVDs

Production Information[]

Production Number:
Aired: November 27th, 1988
Written By: Peter S. Fischer
Directed By: Seymour Robbie
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Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link
Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer
Producer: Robert E. Swanson

Summary[]

In New York City researching her next book, Jessica is drawn into a mystery involving a priceless tiara, a reclusive former actress and a news reporter accused of murder.

Trivia[]

The characters of Chadwick and Stacey are a spoof of Cagney and Lacey.

Last acting role of Jean Peters.

The title refers to the eighteenth century Irish ballad "The Wearing of the Green" about social conditions at time of the Irish Rebellion of 1798. A shamrock worn on your hat was a sign of support and possible membership in the Society of the United Irishmen, a republican revolutionary organization.

Jean Peters modeled her character after Greta Garbo, a reclusive foreign actress who goes into seclusion following the demise of her lover at the height of her career.

Guest star David Sheiner's final acting role to date. He retired from acting as of 1988 (yet, see "Goofs" below).

Fifth episode where the murder is committed in self-defense; the others are Footnote to Murder, If It's Thursday, It Must Be Beverly Indian Giver, & Just Another Fish Story.

Victim: Laszlo Dolby

Killer: Andrea Dean

Cause of death: Stabbed

Motive: Self-defense after Laszlo attacked her when she confronted him about the fake tiara.

Goofs[]

The debris after the explosion was blown out into the street, showing the explosion took place indoors, with it happening from outdoors, the debris would be found on the inside, now wouldn't it ?

With the tiara that was found after the explosion was redeemed a fake, given the money in the envelope was to pay for the gems that was used to make the fake, Blackthorne, has no use for the original, because it was given to Siobhan O'Dea, if he had gotten possession of the genuine tiara, he would be guilty for possessing stolen property, now wouldn't he ? so why not have the genuine one be given to Siobhan ?

If this was the last acting for Sheiner, explain The Bradys episode when Mike was running for the town's city council, Sheiner was the one that was offering a bribe to Mike, the newspaper had shown the money in MIke's hand after Sheiner had handed it to him, now wouldn't it ?

There was no need to arrest Ken Parrish for Laszlo's murder given that Andrea had seen Parrish in the hallway & that she had seen for herself that Ken never entered the apartment, so with no entrance into the apartment, how could he be a suspect in the killing, given that he was never inside the apartment, so with him never being in the apartment, how could he have used the weapon on Laszlo, so you tell me why he was arrested, given that there was also no motive to do it, either ?

Starring[]

Regular Cast[]

Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher

Recurring Cast[]

Guest Stars[]

Lucie Arnaz as Dt. Bess Stacey

Barbara Bosson as Diane Raymond

Michael Constantine as Laszlo Dolby

Erin Grey as Andrea Dean

Patty McCormack as Dt. Kathleen Chadwick

John McMartin as Hudson Blackthorn

David Naughton as Ken Parrish

Jean Peters as Siobhan O'Dea

David S. Sheiner as Leo Selkirk

DVD Release[]

Episode Chronology[]

See Also[]

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