Dead Letter

Film

Main Details
Premiere Date 1989
Countries
Alternative Titles
  • Lettera Morta (Italian)
Category TV Episode
Genres
Credits
Starring Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
Guest Star Susan Anspach as Lois Fricksey
Guest Star Rosemary DeCamp as Agnes
Guest Star Peter Fox as Ron Stiller
Guest Star George Furth as Fred Owens
Guest Star Max Gail as Stanley Holmes
Guest Star Jonathan Goldsmith (2) as Bud Fricksey
Guest Star Ron Masak as Sheriff Mort Metzger
Guest Star Richard Paul as Mayor Sam Booth
Guest Star Robin Riker-Hasley* as Connie Kowalski
Guest Star Al Waxman as Carl Wilson
Guest Star William Windom as Dr. Seth Hazlitt
Co-Starring Will Nye as Floyd
Co-Starring Kevin Bourland as Everett
Co-Starring Richard Riehle as Aaron
Co-Starring Stuart Nelson as Jack
Actor Steve Bean as Young Man
Actress Lynn Clark as Young Girl
Supervising Producer Robert F. O'Neill
Produced By Robert E. Swanson
Produced By Robert Van Scoyk
Created By Peter S. Fischer
Created By Richard Levinson
Created By William Link
Written By Paul Schiffer
Directed By Anthony Shaw*
Executive Producer Peter S. Fischer
Associate Producer Anthony J. Magro*
Story Editor Donald Ross
Music By David Bell
Theme by John Addison
Director of Photography John Elsenbach, A.S.C.*
Production Designer Hub Braden
Edited by Joe Morrisey
Unit Production Manager Kevin G. Cremin
First Assistant Director Allen G. Di Gioia*
Second Assistant Director Robert M. Williams, Jr.
Casting by Ron Stephenson, C.S.A.*
Set Decorator Robert Wingo
Sound Mixer Don Sharpless
Costume Supervisor Robert Eli Bodford, Jr.
Costume Supervisor Nick Mezzanotti
Costume Supervisor Debi Orrico
Supervising Sound Editor Dale Johnston
Music Editor Laurie Higgins Tobias
Titles & Optical Effects Howard Anderson Company*
Notes Murder, She Wrote - Season 6 - Episode 6

Where there is smoke, there is something burning, and perhaps even a crime. A furniture store is set on fire, and the firefighter's death found inside it seems to have been caused by a blow to the head - not by the fire.
(Dove c'è fumo, c'è qualcosa che brucia, e forse anche un delitto. Un negozio di mobili viene dato alle fiamme, e la morte del pompiere rinvenuto al suo interno, sembra sia stata causata da un colpo alla testa - non dall'incendio).

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