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Murdoch Mysteries

Season 4 Episode 9

The Black Hand

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Apr 12, 2011 on CBC
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A former lover visits Murdoch on her way to be married, but then her fiance disappears.

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      • The first part of this episode is filmed at the Halton County Radial Railway (HCRR)and Museum in Milton, Ontario (Canada) where they have actual old retired TTC streetcars (from the 1920s onwards) restored and running on the several tracks looping around their property. The station shown in the episode is an actual station relocated from Toronto.

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      • When Murdoch presents his silencer, the muffled shot is heard but it can be clearly seen that no action accompanies the shot - the slide doesn;t move and the cartridge is not ejected even if the weapon used is a regular semiautomatic pistol.

      • Murdoch said that he got his idea of an silencer while reading about Maxim's engine muffler. In reality, Hiram Maxim first invented the firearm spund suppresor (roughly around the year this episode is set) and later (in early 1900's) came with the idea of the engine muffler that was based on the suppressor.

      • Anachronism: During presentation of the silencer Murdoch uses Colt Officer Pistol 1903, although the episode is set in 1898, five years before introduction of this particular firearm.

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