CBS Children's Mystery Theatre: Season 1, Episode 1

The Treasure of Alpheus T. Winterborn (26 Dec. 1980)

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According to town legend, an eccentric millionaire has buried a treasure somewhere in the town. A youngster decides to play detective and find it.



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Episode cast overview:
Dody Goodman ...
Miss Eells
Anthony Monday (as Keith Mitchell)
Matthew Tobin
Keith McConnell ...
Laurie Main ...
Louis Guss ...
Mr. Loomis
Art Kassul
Heath Porter ...
(as Hale Porter)
Stanley Grover ...
Mr. Monday
Claire Malis ...
Mrs. Monday (as Claire Mallis)
Frank Dent


What kind of mystery could possibly occur in a sleepy country town like Winterborn? Join Master Detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as they host The Clue According to Sherlock Holmes! When old Alpheus T. Winterborn died he left behind a mysterious legend. It was said he buried a fortune somewhere in town. But where? There must be a clue! The "game is afoot" - as Holmes would say - when a ten-year-old turns detective. He accidentally stumbles upon the first of Winterborn's clue to the treasure...but it doesn't make sense! Match wits with young Anthony Monday and his friend Miss Eells as they attempt to unravel the mystifying riddles. Challenge your powers of deduction to solve this mystery that could be worth a fortune. Written by Walter Lornten

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