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|"The Philately Fatality"|
|Air date||November 4, 2019|
|Written by||Mary Pedersen|
|Directed by||Sherren Lee|
|Guest Stars||Wade Bogert-O'Brien as Det. Glenn Scott|
|Previous||Murdoch and the Cursed Caves|
|Next||Toronto the Bad|
When a stamp enthusiast is murdered, Murdoch wonders if the murder is linked to the man's stamp collection or his collection of lovers.
- Special Constable Robert Parker feels his skills are not being used to their full potential by Detective Murdoch.
- Detective Watts has a secret...
- Unannounced, Dr. Dixon visits Dr. Ogden at the Murdoch home while William is away...
- There is no secret about how Brackenreid feels about homosexuality; his views rubs up against Watts' handling of the murder case...
- This episode takes place in Toronto 1907 – Edward VII (Albert Edward;1841-1910) is King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas.
- The Hawaii Blue refers to one of the postage stamps used by the Kingdom of Hawaiia known as the "Hawaiian Missionaries", designed and printed in 1851 by the first postmaster of Hawaii, Henry Whitney; the 2cent Hawaii Blue sold for $600,000 in 1995.
- The area of modern Romania called Moldavia issued its famous cap de bour stamps in 1858 and 1859, featuring the symbol of Moldavia: a star, the head of an auroch (a kind of cow, now extinct) and a horn. These simply designed stamps are rare among collectors today.
- Homosexuality as part of MM storylines started at the beginning in Season 1 (ep.105) and was presented notably in Season 8 with former Chief Constable Giles and Dr. Grace character revelations.
- Recasted actress Lisa Merchant played Mrs. Handsworth in Dial M for Murdoch.
- Recast actress Catherine McNally was first seen as Head Nurse in Unfinished Business.
- The Hawaiian Blue is one of three stamps and the motive for multiple murders in Charade, a 1963 American romantic comedy mystery film starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.
Jesse Lavercombe as Jack Walker
Charles LaFortune as Mr. Bedard
Lisa Merchant as Bertha MacDonald
Wade Bogert-O'Brien as Detective Glenn Scott
Dave Barclay as Mr. Seburn
Catherine McNally as Mrs. Emery
Trevor Corvelli as Owen Paxton
|Murdoch Mysteries Season 13|
| Troublemakers • Bad Pennies • Forever Young • Prodigal Father • |
Murdoch and the Cursed Caves • The Philately Fatality • Toronto the Bad • The Final Curtain • The Killing Dose •
Parker in the Rye • Staring Blindly into the Future • Fox Hunt • Kill Thy Neighbour • Rigid Silence •
The Trial of Terrence Meyers • In the Company of Women • Things Left Behind • The Future is Unwritten •