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Murder 101 (1991 film)

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Murder 101 (1991 film)

Murder 101 is a made-for-television film from 1991. It starred Pierce Brosnan, Dey Young, Antoni Corone, Todd Merrill and Dianne Hull.[1] It also starred Raphael Sbarge and Kathe Mazur.[2][3]


  • Plot 1
  • Releases 2
    • Vhs 2.1
    • Dvd 2.2
  • References 3


Charles Lattimore, an English Professor played by Brosnan, gives his class an assignment to plot a murder, but after a student and someone else dies, he becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation.[4] Realising that the theoretical murder plot has been used to get him up, he is faced with finding a way to foil the plan he helped create.[5]



  • Universal City, CA : MCA Universal Home Video (1992) [6]


  • Timeless Media Group (Circa 2007) [7]
  • Goodtimes Home Video (© 2000) [8]


  1. ^ Variety TV REV 1991-92 17 By Prouty March 21, 1991 Telefilm Review USA World Premiere Movie Murder 101
  2. ^ The Celebrity Café Interview with 'Once Upon a Time's' Raphael Sbarge By Sari N. Kent, 8/6/2014
  3. ^ Rotten Tomatoes Kathe E. Mazur
  4. ^ Artist Direct Murder 101 Synopsis
  5. ^ Virgin Media Murder 101 (1990)
  6. ^ WorldCat Murder 101
  7. ^ WorldCat Murder 101
  8. ^ WorldCat Murder 101

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