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  2. Review: In Please Murder Me, Raymond Burr was cast as attorney Craig Carlson who falls in love with Myra Leeds, his best friend’s wife, played by Angela Lansbury. That was in 1956, the same year he started working on the Perry Mason pilot before she show went on the air on CBS to be a great success from 1957 – 66.

  3. Angela Lansbury, Actress: The Manchurian Candidate. In 1925, Angela Lansbury was born in Regent's Park, one of the Royal Parks of London. The park was developed by John Nash (1752-1835), James Burton (1761-1837), and Decimus Burton (1800-1881), with construction starting c. 1818. It was first opened to the general public in 1835. It was named after the Prince-Regent George, later king George ...

  4. Watch Please Murder Me 1956 Full Movie | Angela Lansbury, Raymond Burr | Directed by Peter GodfreyProduced by Donald HydeScreenplay by Donald Hyde, Al C. War...

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  5. Slightly Honorable: Directed by Tay Garnett. With Pat O'Brien, Edward Arnold, Broderick Crawford, Ruth Terry. A lawyer is framed for the murder of a young party girl and tries to clear his name.

  6. Angela Brigid Lansbury, CBE (16. oktobar 1925.-) je engleska glumica i pjevačica poznata po izuzetno dugoj i plodnoj karijeri koja je započela u Hollywoodu 1940-ih, nastavila se na Broadwayu 1960-ih i 1970-ih, da bi 1990-ih stekla izuzetnu popularnost dugovječnom kriminalističkom TV-serijom Murder, She Wrote u kojoj je tumačila lik spisateljice Jessice Fletcher.

  7. In 1952, he played Doutreval of Dijon in the film ‘Scaramouche’. In the 1956 thriller, ‘Please Murder Me’, he played the role of District Attorney Ray Willis. A year later, he was seen as the robbery victim Mr. Bascombe in the movie adaptation of Richard Rodgers and Hammerstein's ‘Carousel’.

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