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Murder, She Wrote - The Complete Seventh Season
Murder She Wrote - The Complete Seventh Season
Actors: Angela Lansbury, Ron Masak, William Windom
Genres: Television, Mystery & Suspense
NR     2007     17hr 29min

Get ready for yet another chapter of television's most clever series as all 22 episodes of Murder She Wrote: The Complete Seventh Season arrive on DVD! Rejoin Golden Globe winner Angela Lansbury as writer/detective Jessica...  more »


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Actors: Angela Lansbury, Ron Masak, William Windom
Genres: Television, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Television, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Universal Studios
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 10/09/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 17hr 29min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 5
SwapaDVD Credits: 5
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

T.B. Grant | New York | 07/20/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The news that "Murder She Wrote" season seven is available for preorder has made this fan rejoice. Like season six, Jessica Fletcher narrates a few episodes here and there, but she appears in more adventures this time around than in the previous season. Get ready for more thrills in this DVD box set, a must-own for any "Murder She Wrote" watcher.

Episode 1: Trials and Tribulations --Jessica is accused of bribery and false testimony of a convicted murderer.

Episode 2: Deadly Misunderstanding --When Jessica suffers a broken arm, she hires a typist to meet her deadline.

Episode 3: See You in Court, Baby (Non-Jessica episode)--A contested divorce settlement involves insurance investigator Dennis Stanton.

Episode 4: Hannigan's Wake --Jessica searches for the truth surrounding a 16-year old murder case.

Episode 5: The Family Jewels --A murder during a political fundraiser for Jessica's old friend reveals a wealthy woman's colorful past.

Episode 6: A Body to Die For --A physical-fitness instructor who has captivated Cabot Cove's female population (and this viewer's eye) is linked to the murder of a con artist.

Episode 7: The Return of Preston Giles --Jessica's first publisher, imprisoned for murder, is paroled and requires her help when he is suspected of a similar crime.

Episode 8: The Great Twain Robbery (Non-Jessica episode) --Dennis Stanton becomes suspicious when a shady former associate produces a manuscript attributed to Mark Twain.

Episode 9: Ballad for a Blue Lady --While in Nashville, Jessica discovers a web of infidelity and greed.

Episode 10: Murder in F Sharp (Non-Jessica episode) --Dennis Stanton confronts murder and arson while on a case involving a famous pianist.

Episode 11: Family Doctor --Jessica investigates a mob hit when Seth is asked to help a crime boss shot at a Boston restaurant.

Episode 12: Suspicion of Murder (Non-Jessica episode)--Dennis Stanton becomes a murder suspect when the estranged husband of an old flame is found dead.

Episode 13: Moving Violations --Jessica attempts to clear Sheriff Metzger when he arrests the son of an ambassador and is later accused of his murder.

Episode 14: Who Killed J.B. Fletcher --A member of Jessica's fan club mysteriously dies while impersonating her to investigate cheating at a dog show.

Episode 15: The Taxman Cometh --Jessica visits old class mate, Edna, while in Missouri. Jessica must find the truth behind an elaborate scheme of murder, which points fingers at Edna.

Episode 16: From the Horses's Mouth --Jessica and Harry McGraw investigate the murder of a Thouroghbred whose prize horse has sired two unplanned foals.

Episode 17: The Prodigal Father --Jessica probes the murder of her neighbor's long-lost father.

Episode 18: Where Have You Gone, Billy Boy (Non-Jessica episode) --Dennis Stanton becomes involved in a murder case while delving into the disappearance of a shy ventriloquist's dummy.

Episode 19: Thursday's Child --A woman seeks Jessica's help in clearing her son, whom she claims was fathered by Jessica's late husband, Frank.

Episode 20: Murder, Plain and Simple --While traveling with her publisher's assistant in Amish country, Jessica's involvement in a traffic mishap leads her to murder.

Episode 21: Tainted Lady --Jessica comes to the aid of a small-town diner's owner who becomes an outcast when she is blamed for three arsenic posioning deaths.

Episode 22: The Skinny According to Nick Cullhane --A writer asks Jessica to critique his latest work, an expose of a real-life kidnapping, which results in a murder.

T.B. Grant"
I was sooo impatient!
Ricarda | Germany | 07/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've already thought Season Seven will never be released. Now, having sent my pre-order, I'm relieved. This too is a great season, I like the improvement in the character of Sherif Metzger a lot. I also like the Dennis Stanton parts, there is a fine humor and a kind of elegance there, but to be honest, it could have been a different series. Because evry sequel without Jessica/dear Ms Lansbury is a waste, isn't it."
The Wait Is Almost Over!
Shane Livingston | Fairmont, WV United States | 08/18/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I absolutely can't wait for this season of Murder She Wrote to come out! This is a great season and Angela Lansbury is AMAZING as always. The few episodes without Angela still display the shows signature storytelling, even if they're missing her spark.
I was beginning to think they weren't going to release any more seasons. I hope there isn't a big pause between the release of this season and the release of season 8."
Always love J.B.Fletcher
J. Pinkston | 09/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There is actually little on TV these days that I consider worth spending time to watch; just too much gore per square inch. But I never get tired of watching the older mysteries-- Poirot, Perry Mason, and especially Murder, She Wrote. These mysteries have just the right amount of suspense, action, and even humor-- nice comic relief. I highly recommend these to anyone who wants a good story without having nightmares!"