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Roger Temple

"They Call it Murder"
(Mystery/Crime Drama;1971);
Starring:
Jim Hutton as
D.A. Doug Selby;
Jo Ann Pflug as
Sylvia Martin;
Robert J. Wilke as
Sheriff Rex Brandon;
Edward Asner as
Plc. Chf. Otto Larkin;
William Elliott as
Deputy Bob Larkin;
Vaughn Taylor as
Dr. Henry Marshall;
and:
Miriam Colon as
Anita Nogales;
Guest Starring:
Lloyd Bochner as
A.B. Carr;
Jessica Walter as
Jane Antrim;
Carmen Matthews as
Doris Kane;
&:
Special Guest Star:
Leslie Nielsen as
Frank Antrim;
Also-Starring:
Nita Talbot as
Rona Corbin;
Vic Tayback as
Jeff Poland;
Michael Pataki as
Pete Cardiff;
Harry Townes as
Dr. Herschel Garnett;
Helen Kleeb as
Ellen Saxe;
Valentin de Vargas as
Alex Cordoba;
Norman Burton as
E.J. Stanton;
Dan White as
Judge Farraday;
Buck Young as
Charlie Daley;
Bill Hickman as
Martin Rome;
Dina Harmon as
Wardrobe Woman;
&:
Jeffrey Sayre as
Courtroom Spectator.;
Creator:
Earle Stanley Gardner;
Director:Walter Grauman;
Script Writer:Sam Rolfe;
Producers:
Walter Grauman;
Cornwell Jackson;
&:
William Kayden;
and:
Music:Robert Drasnin,
this was actually a tv movie pilot
for a proposed series that wasn't
picked up,it was broadcast on NBC."-🌐🌍🌎🌏🌐..



Henry Kujawa

Like "IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT", I feel this is a murder mystery that goes on too long with too many twists to keep straight. Also, not enough quirkiness and character humor to make a successful "NBC Mystery Movie".

Jessica Walters was a beautiful lady, but really got typecast as "INTENSE". She's less so in this. She also starred in a SHORT-lived NBC Mystery Movie series, "AMY PRENTISS", which I suspect also didn't have enough humor.

What a FABULOUS cast, so many actors I know and like from so many things. But I can see why this didn't sell... to the point where NBC sat on it for 2 whole years before running it.

2 funny things I noticed watching this. I've always liked Nita Talbot, but until today, I somehow never noticed she somewhat resembled Polish actress Ingrid Pitt (but with a very-different accent).

The other... Lloyd Bochner always made a specialty of "SLIMY". If he only had a moustache in this (which he does quite often), he'd have been a DEAD RINGER for actor Warren William, who played the mid-30s "SHYSTER" version of PERRY MASON. Earl Stanley Gardner hated those films, and after 6 of them (4 with William), the last being in 1938, PERRY was not seen again on film until Raymond Burr's series. But I find it VERY interesting that Gardner wrote the book this movie was based on-- "THE D.A. Draws A Circle"-- in 1939-- one year after that last PERRY movie. I wonder if the slimy D.A. in this film played by Bochner may have been INSPIRED by the SHYSTER version of PERRY played by Warren William? It would almost be Gardner's way of getting back at Warner Brothers for their refusing to let him act as consultant on their PERRY movies.

I like Jim Hutton, but he was SO much better as the "quirky" ELLERY QUEEN 4 years later!



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Cindy Thomas

I so loved Jim Hutton ... what a great actor . Died way to soon

Annette Koch

What a fantastic movie, clear story line, great acting, and I love the music too.

Fokkerd3red

It's to bad Jim Hutton passed away so young. He was a great actor. Thanks for the upload of this very good movie.

Joni Michalski

Too bad he didn't live to see his sons success i think he would have been proud good movie

Simon5005

Another good example of how TV movies were far better than anything in the theaters today.

Michael Greenwood

If you found that that far better. I can assure you I found it tediously boring. Better movies were made in the sixties, fifties, forties and thirties.

George Moore

@James Muldoon I am that good I don't have to denigrate others to make myself feel good, do you? It's how "good" Human beings should act, don't you think?

George Moore

and how old are you? Why the negative dig, does that boost your ego?

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Peggy Oakes

I had the solution by the end of the second conversation with the actress but it was Quite a good movie :) Having been on an Ellery Queen kick recently I half expected Hutton to turn to the screen and ask if we had figured it out along with him. Thank you for posting this. It was a nice evening movie.

Peggy Oakes

@Henry Kujawa lol True- but not exactly to the audience 😀

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