Season 5

Rating  :  

7.1

Duration  :  

45m

22 Episodes

The fifth season of Murder, She Wrote originally aired Sundays at 8:00-9:00 pm on CBS from October 23, 1988 to May 21, 1989. The Region 1 DVD was released on January 30, 2007.

Cast: Angela Lansbury


Crew: Angela Lansbury, Robert F. O'Neill, Douglas Benton, Richard Levinson, William Link, Peter S. Fischer


Genres: Mystery, Crime, Drama


Sociétés de Production:Universal Television, Corymore Productions.

Episodes
Episode 1 : J.B. As in Jailbird
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Episode 2 : A Little Night Work
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Episode 3 : Mr. Penroy's Vacation
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Episode 4 : Snow White, Blood Red
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Episode 5 : Coal Miner's Slaughter
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Episode 6 : Wearing of the Green
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Episode 7 : The Last Flight of the Dixie Damsel
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Episode 8 : Prediction: Murder
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Episode 9 : Something Borrowed, Someone Blue
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Episode 10 : Weave a Tangled Web
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Episode 11 : The Search for Peter Kerry
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Episode 12 : Smooth Operators
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Episode 13 : Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble
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Episode 14 : From Russia ... With Blood
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Episode 15 : Alma Murder
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Episode 16 : Truck Stop
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Episode 17 : The Sins of Castle Cove
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Episode 18 : Trevor Hudson's Legacy
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Episode 19 : Double Exposure
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Episode 20 : Three Strikes, You're Out
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Episode 21 : Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall (1)
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Episode 22 : Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall (2)
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