The castaways discover that they are all wanted for questioning in a murder that took place right before they left Hawaii.

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The castaways discover that they are all wanted for questioning in a murder that took place right before they left Hawaii.

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6 January 1966 (USA)  »

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Al Schottlekotte from WCPO, who delivers a news update, is a real newscaster from Cincinnati, Ohio. He was on WCPO radio and television in Cincinnati for 25 years. See more »

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The girls are boiling water in a cauldron to make poison from the plants, but there is no heat source. See more »

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References Perry Mason (1957) See more »

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Whodunit?
18 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Not Guilty" is an intriguing episode that indulges in hilarious byplay in an unusual whodunit setting. This time Gilligan reels in a crate full of newspapers featuring blaring headlines announcing that all seven passengers aboard the SS Minnow are wanted for questioning in the murder of Randolph Blake. The first person that the Skipper and Gilligan visit is the Professor, just as he delightedly demonstrates a new ready made guillotine! They find Ginger and Mary Ann in the process of boiling poison, supposedly to kill the mice around the huts. The Skipper initially scoffs at Gilligan's attempt to barricade the door against intruders, until he's reminded that until they were shipwrecked they 'didn't know any of these people!' Suspicion grows among all seven, but credibility is stretched when Mr. Howell, the Professor, and both Ginger and Mary Ann all claim to have known the murder victim, who turns out to have been a real scoundrel. The denouement is the only one possible, with poor Gilligan in the role of Randolph Blake in a Perry Mason-style reenactment of the crime.


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