Murder, She Wrote (1984–1996)
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Shooting in Rome 

In Rome to revise a script loosely based on one of her books, Jessica finds a star and director at each other's throats, a producer running out of money, and a rash of thefts. But when a ... See full summary »

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In Rome to revise a script loosely based on one of her books, Jessica finds a star and director at each other's throats, a producer running out of money, and a rash of thefts. But when a stunt gone wrong leaves a stunt man dead, Jessica must find the person responsible. Written by mama.sylvia

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During the show movie posters are seen in an office, one movie is called Crimson Harvest,the title of a previous Murder She Wrote episode. See more »

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References Cleopatra (1963) See more »

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Do as the Romans do
8 March 2018 | by See all my reviews

This episode of Murder She Wrote has two reappearances of characters seen in previous stories. Mike Connors returns as a harried film producer trying to get one of Jessica Fletcher's stories turned into a feature film. And Lorenzo Caccialanza returns as an Italian police inspector who is also a big fan of JB Fletcher, writer and detective.

As Angela Lansbury plods away trying to put some life back into her own story, there is a murder committed and rather cleverly of a stuntman during the shooting of the film. It might very well have passed for a tragic accident on another set. The victim Sam Hennings was not the most lovable character himself.

I will say this you will hope the perpetrator gets a sympathetic jury when the individual comes to trial. As JB Fletcher chalks another one up for justice.


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