Married lawyer Dick Dashton and crime reporter turned gossip columnist Dorothy Dashton also host a popular Chicago morning radio show, Breakfast with Dick and Dorothy, their fans who enjoy their married banter and the fact that they like to support unusual i.e. weird causes through the show. Their latest cause is to find the woman who they ran into last evening, she who seemed to be in some medical distress but who they eventually lost in the mêlée. Her defining characteristic was what looked to be an ancient Egyptian necklace she was wearing. While some listeners also ran into this woman but none knows her identity, Dorothy reads in the newspaper about who she believes this woman to be: Mona Rankin, the Associate Curator at the Chicago Museum of Antiquities where Dick sits on the Board, Mona the second in charge at the facility to her boss, Prescott Madigan. The issue: Mona Rankin died three days ago in what they further learn was suicide, her body entombed in a crypt the following ...Written by
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Nice murder mystery movie
This movie was nice and easygoing, with a smooth pace, with a few jokes and charming cast. Dick and Dorothy really are the way they should be,:)) they fill their characters in the best possible way. And with the cast of fun/not-so-normal characters (The Doc, Gus. Sidney?) this is a nice posh movie to enjoy on a day with no assignments.:))
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