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Murder, She Wrote/Moving Violation

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Moving Violation
Season 7, Episode 13
Airdate February 3, 1991
Production Number 66324
Writer(s) Robert Swanson
Director(s) Anthony Pullen Shaw
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Moving Violation is the thirteenth episode of the seventh season of Murder, She Wrote, and the one hundred forty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Richard Paul (Mayor Sam Booth), Stephen Macht (Lawyer Farrell), Ron Masak (Sheriff Mort Metzger), Susan Clark (Meredith Hellman), Jack Colvin (Chandler Hellman), Lois De Banzie (Phyllis Costner), Phyllis Franklin (Mabel), Robert Ginty (Lt. Powell), Suzanne Snyder (Morgan Phillips), Britt Leach (Arnold), David Lansbury (Bradley Hellman), Barbara C. Adside (Janet Costner), Daniel Ben Wilson (Mickey), Jason Bo Sharon (Billy), Harry Guardino (Haskell), Philip Baker Hall (Len Costner)


Plot Overview

Sherriff Metzger finds himself in trouble with the law when the son of an ambassador is found dead and he is blamed for the murder.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Once again, a relative of Angela Lansbury's is involved in an episode of Murder, She Wrote: her nephew David Lansbury plays the murder victim in this episode. David is married in real life to film actress Ally Sheedy.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments



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