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Hildegarde Withers (Character)
from A Very Missing Person (1972) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Miss Hildegarde Withers / Miss Withers


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  1. A Very Missing Person (1972) (TV) Played by Eve Arden

  2. Forty Naughty Girls (1937) Played by Zasu Pitts
  3. The Plot Thickens (1936) Played by Zasu Pitts
  4. Murder on a Bridle Path (1936) Played by Helen Broderick
  5. Murder on a Honeymoon (1935) Played by Edna May Oliver
  6. Murder on the Blackboard (1934) Played by Edna May Oliver
  7. Penguin Pool Murder (1932) Played by Edna May Oliver (as Miss Hildegarde Withers)
    ... aka "The Penguin Pool Murder" - USA (review title)

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From Murder on the Blackboard (1934)
Oscar Piper: You were the only one besides Schweitzer who knew she had the lottery ticket. You planned the whole thing.
Jane Davis: I didn't! I tell you, I didn't!
Oscar Piper: You murdered your best friend for a mere Sweepstakes prize.
Hildegarde Withers: A mere Sweepstakes prize of $50,000. Ha! I'd murder some people I know for 50 cents.
Oscar Piper: Ah, the French secret police are now wit' us. I gave orders for the teachers to be here at 9. It's now 10.
Hildegarde Withers: Ten AFTER ten, Inspector.
Oscar Piper: Something important kept you, I suppose.
Hildegarde Withers: Just the solution of the murder, that's all.
Oscar Piper: Oh, that's fine. Everybody all rounded up now, I take it?
Hildegarde Withers: Well, I haven't rounded up a lot of helpless women for browbeating, anyway.
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