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His Hour Upon the Stage 

The frozen body of a Broadway producer is found five years after his death. Stone suspects that a show investor and the producer's fiancée actress were involved, but time makes it more difficult to find a motive.

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Ben Stone
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Paul Robinette
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Adam Schiff
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Leslie Hart
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Gary Wallace
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Elliot Ketcham
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Miss Hanley
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Gabe Hunt
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After the body of a Broadway producer is found in a dumpster in the Meat Packing District, Cerretta and Logan discover that the body had been in a freezer since 1986. As the investigation continues, the detectives are led to a shady Broadway show producer, the man's ex-fiancée and a song writer, who may be linked to his possible murder and the motives behind it. Written by danny gonzalez

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10 December 1991 (USA)  »

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The title is taken from the line, "That struts and frets his hour upon the stage" from William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." See more »

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Mike Logan: Five years ago, she's 24, he's 39.
Phil Cerreta: Yeah, well, May-December romance is not exactly unheard of.
Mike Logan: Yeah, but December usually comes with Santa Claus.
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Missed apostrophe in first review
16 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

"They zero in on the responsible parties which turn out to be the deceased's producing partner Frank Converse and the deceased girlfriend Finn Carter who became a star as a result of appearing in the last property the victim produced."

The second "deceased" should have been "deceased's". Carter was not dead. She was the girlfriend of the deceased.

Otherwise, excellent summary and review.


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