Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest Trailer

Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest Trailer (1997)

"It began as a cross country train trip. It became a Federal case-- of murder!" 02 November 1997 Mystery, TV Movie 100 mins

Jessica Fletcher searches for a woman who witnessed the murder of a man trying to expose a serious flaw in a top-secret government satellite code.

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Cast

Angela Lansbury

as Jessica Fletcher

Mel Harris

as Sarah McLeish

Ray Baker

as Wilder

Cliff Bemis

as Loomis11

Keith David

as Algric Bartles

Harriet Sansom Harris

as Millie Ogden

Richard Riehle

as Jack Ogden

John Vargas

as Guzman

Elya Baskin

as Boris

International Releases Dates

United States 02 November 1997

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