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How To Host A Murder: The Last Train From Paris

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In Episode 3, you have received an invitation to travel from soon-to-be-occupied Paris aboard the last train leaving the city on 13 June 1940. Transit Authorization will see you past the military guard. The German invasion brings a desperate bid for freedom aboard the departing train, where more tragedy is discovered -- murder Come in costume and assume the role of one of ...more
Audio Cassette, 8 pages
Published October 1st 1986 by Decipher
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Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. was an American film actor, remembered for his distinctive voice, his tall 6-foot 4-inch stature and serio-comic attitude in a series of horror films done in the latter part of his career.
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