Clue Club: Season 1, Episode 1

The Paper Shaper Caper (14 Aug. 1976)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy | Family
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A newspaper's printing press is inexplicably discovered and then sabotaged at night with an origami figure beside it.

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A newspaper's printing press is inexplicably discovered and then sabotaged at night with an origami figure beside it.

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29 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Someone sabotaged the printing press at the local newspaper in the middle of the night, and dressed up as a Viking, it seems.

The only clue is the origami swan left on the premises.

The suspects given are the mayor, the theatre owner and Miss Twitchell, who plays the church organ.

Twitchell disappears and a sheet of music dropped by the Viking (or somebody) is the same paper used to print out programs for the theatre, so now off to the theatre, where a pirate is seen playing the organ, but then the very talkative magician keeps appearing.

Then when Miss Twitchell turns up and happily plays the organ, counterfeit bills are raining down out of the pipes.

The revelation is a little weak. If the origami figures were the big tipoff clue, why did the 'bad guys' leave them at the scene to begin with?


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