Appearing in "The Television Murders"
- Cary Cummings (TV director; also known as "Roddy Hogan")
- Commissioner Weston (cameo)
- Joe Cardona
- Victor Blane (actor)
- Johnny Brokaw (actor)
- Jay Barshall (TV announcer)
- Iris Harrison (actress)
- Teddy Page (actress)
- Eric Jamison (actor)
- Carol Sterne (actress)
- Timmy Rogers (newspaper reporter)
- Jasper Twittle (documentary filmmaker)
- Rourke (a hotel detective)
- Selkirk (TV prop man)
- Lawrence Charters (dies)
- Daniel Depper (dies)
- Television Studio WBRRGX
Synopsis for "The Television Murders"
A television mystery that comes true... thousands of people actually see a man being shot (but with the wrong bullet!) as a sinister plot is woven into a television drama... a plot that wasn't in the script. Then there was a second murder - also daring. In the subway - at rush hour - in full view of the crowds. Here was a killer who liked publicity... and here was a case for none other than... Lamont Cranston!
- The Shadow does not appear in this issue.
- Orson Welles is mentioned in the story.
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