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Here are the top ten articles for the Mystery Movies Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries
In the 1920s Miss Phryne Fisher returns home to Melbourne, where she is soon caught up in mystery, murder and mayhem. Essie Davis and Nathan Page star in this popular crime drama mystery TV series from Australia.
2. The Blue Gardenia
Norah spends an evening with a man she barely knows. Next day she learns her date has been found murdered. Is Norah guilty? If only she could remember. Anne Baxter stars in a noir crime mystery from 1953.
3. The Woman in the Window
What could make two people who have only just met conspire to dump a corpse and cover up a murder? Director Fritz Langís classic noir mystery thriller of 1944 plunges a beautiful young woman and a mild-mannered professor into a nightmare world of shadows, suspicion and fear.
4. Raymond Burr as Perry Mason
Few actor-character combinations have become so firmly fixed in our minds as that of Raymond Burr and Perry Mason. Burr played the ace attorney in a long running series and later in television movies. Isnít it true that Perry Mason never lost a case?
5. McMillan and Wife
In San Francisco a handsome Police Commissioner and his pretty wife solve crimes and mysteries together. Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James star in a hugely popular 1970s television series that still has many fans today.
6. What's the Matter with Helen?
Two women move across the country to start a new life in Hollywood, but the past won't let them go. Debbie Reynolds and Shelley Winters star in a horror mystery thriller that entertains and disturbs.
7. Bunny Lake Is Missing
It is Bunny Lakeís first day at nursery school but when her mother arrives to take her home, little Bunny is nowhere to be found and nobody remembers ever seeing her. This 1965 mystery directed by Otto Preminger explores some dark places in the human mind during the search for a missing child.
8. Mystery Fans are Like Pychologists
Mystery movies lovers participate while watching as we strive to solve the puzzle offered up by the writer and director. Solving the puzzle is much of he fun of the movie.
9. Crazy Man, Really Crazy
A crazy person is someone who is not someone who fools outside people, a really crazy man is someone who fools himself.
10. Good Man, Really Good
Can a serial killer who only kills people who really deserve killing, be an angel of God?
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