CTVA US Crime - "Murder She Wrote" (Universal/CBS) TV Movies (1997-2003)

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 TV Movies (1997-2003)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############## Murder She Wrote ##############
######### Revival TV Movies 1997-2003 #########
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TVM1 [--] Murder She Wrote: SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST (2hr TVM)
(c)1997

TVM2 [--] Murder She Wrote: A STORY TO DIE FOR (2hr TVM)
(c) 2000
gs: Richard Crenna

TVM3 [--] Murder She Wrote: THE LAST FREE MAN (2hr TVM) 
(c) 2001
Southern slave story partly told in flashback to the Civil War days

TVM4 [--] Murder She Wrote: THE CELTIC RIDDLE (2hr TVM)
(c) 2003

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