Lou is intrigued by the closed restaurant down the street, which turns out to have been the scene of a famous murder 25 years earlier. Animal is sent in for pictures, and becomes friends ... See full summary »

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Lou is intrigued by the closed restaurant down the street, which turns out to have been the scene of a famous murder 25 years earlier. Animal is sent in for pictures, and becomes friends with the reclusive owner, the woman who found the celebrity's body 25 years ago. Written by Anonymous

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17 December 1979 (USA)  »

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Art Donovan: You were threatened by a chicken?
Animal: Did you kill it?
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Art Donovan: You were threatened by a dead chicken?
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My favorite episode
14 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have SO little to add to what Don Ray wrote at the top of this page. His original story about his search for the mystery of this restaurant is well worth the read here: http://www.donray.com/spanishkitchen.htm This episode hit such a deep note with me as I was a budding photojournalist when I first saw it. The fact that the "Trib" photographer was the one who dug up the facts to the story made this episode even better. There are so many elements to love about "Hollywood" including seeing all those stars of yesteryear. I couldn't believe how pretty Nina Foch was even then. It might have been a bit contrived for some people's taste, but even now when I watch it, I still feel like I'm looking into a window on the past.


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