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13th May '18 7:01:54 PM GamerSlyRatchet
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* ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' episode "Games" had Humpty Dumpty kidnap five people (Batman, Katana, James Gordon, Tobias Whale, and Marion Grange) and had them participate in sadistic games, while they figured out who was the culprit that "ended" an innocent man's life, and who Humpty is trying to avenge. [[spoiler: It turns out the man's life was "ended" by having him be framed and jailed for a crime he didn't commit, and that everyone involved had a hand in his framing and arrest, even though only Whale committed the actual crime while the others were not aware of his innocence. Batman argues that Humpty is the sixth culprit as well, since he knew about the man's innocence, but didn't speak up to save him from prison.]]
28th Apr '18 2:22:36 AM Gemser
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'''MAJOR spoilers in the below examples obviously'''.

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'''MAJOR spoilers in the below examples obviously'''.
'''''Note:''''' This is a SpoileredRotten trope, that means that '''EVERY SINGLE EXAMPLE''' on this list is a spoiler by default and most of them will be unmarked. [[YouHaveBeenWarned This is your last warning]], only proceed if you really believe you can handle this list.
17th Feb '18 12:49:24 AM nombretomado
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* Done in an episode of ''ThePJs'': Thurgood takes Calvin and Juicy's homemade go-cart for a ride, and wrecks it in the process. He plays innocent while the residents try to get to the bottom of who broke it. To which each one admits they had taken it for a joyride in some form or another.

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* Done in an episode of ''ThePJs'': ''WesternAnimation/ThePJs'': Thurgood takes Calvin and Juicy's homemade go-cart for a ride, and wrecks it in the process. He plays innocent while the residents try to get to the bottom of who broke it. To which each one admits they had taken it for a joyride in some form or another.
3rd Feb '18 1:31:29 AM foxley
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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Dishing Up Murder", all of the suspects colluded to stage an elaborate cover-up to make it appear the VictimOfTheWeek was murdered 12 hours later than he actually was. This provided them all with an alibi, except for the one person who didn't have a motive.

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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': ''Series/DeathInParadise'':
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In "Dishing Up Murder", all of the suspects colluded to stage an elaborate cover-up to make it appear the VictimOfTheWeek was murdered 12 hours later than he actually was. This provided them all with an alibi, except for the one person who didn't have a motive.motive.
** In [[spoiler:"Erupting in Murder"]], it turns out all of the suspects (bar one) committed the murder: two doing it for the money, and the third being blackmailed into it. The fourth suspect gets arrested on corruption charges.
8th Dec '17 1:47:38 PM weasel
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* Invoked, then averted by Claire Boiko's humorous 1980 play ''Murder on the Orient Express Subway'', wherein Hercules Pearot [sic] ''immediately'' announces that everyone did it. All the suspects then confess, whereupon it's discovered that the victim died of "apoplexy" before anyone touched him.

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* Invoked, then averted by Claire Boiko's humorous 1980 play ''Murder on the Orient Express Subway'', wherein Hercules Pearot [sic] ''immediately'' announces that everyone did it. All the suspects then confess, whereupon it's discovered that the victim died of "apoplexy" before anyone touched him.
8th Dec '17 1:43:51 PM weasel
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* Invoked, then averted by Claire Boiko's humorous 1980 play ''Murder on the Orient Express Subway'', wherein Hercules Pearot [sic] ''immediately'' announces that everyone did it. All the suspects then confess, whereupon it's discovered that the victim died of "apoplexy" before anyone touched him.
26th Nov '17 8:44:55 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/TheSeaInside'': Sort of. It's an ICannotSelfTerminate drama about Ramon, a quadriplegic who wishes to die by assisted suicide. Unfortunately Ramon loses his legal battle, leaving anyone who assists him in killing himself subject to prosecution. So he deliberately sets it up so that each of friends has a single task relating to his suicide—acquiring the cyanide, mixing it in the water, setting it by his bedside in a glass—and no one can actually be held responsible.
22nd Nov '17 4:20:55 AM BrittneyofHyrule
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* The 1974 film version of ''[[Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress1974 Murder on the Orient Express]]'' is an even better example of this than the book.

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* The 1974 film version of ''[[Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress1974 Murder on the Orient Express]]'' is an even better example of this than the book. Ditto goes for the [[Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress2017 2017 version]], which also expounds upon the back stories of the culprits/victims.
20th Nov '17 3:52:16 AM GliderPro
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* In ''Film/TheHatefulEight'', it turns out that [[spoiler:everyone who got to the haberdashery before Mannix, Ruth, and Warren was either directly involved with the effort to free Daisy or an accomplice of theirs. Additionally, the main conspirators also turn out to have slaughtered Minnie and all her employees and family.]]
10th Sep '17 2:59:40 AM Byzantine
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*Pretty much the solution to "The Roman Puzzle" (1994), a [[ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics Mickey Mouse]] mystery story by writer Bob Langhans. Mickey, as a professional detective, has been hired by a famous film director (and producer) to find out who has been sabotaging the production of his latest film. The director's career depends on this film. While there are early hints that the villain is the Phantom Blot, the film is an unauthorized and unflattering depiction of the Blot's life, Mickey pays attention to how poorly the director treats most of his associates. At the end the Blot is revealed as the mastermind behind the sabotage plan, but the Blot's accomplices include the director's own wife, plus actors, screenwriters, and other people who have been working for and with him for years. They hate him because he has taken credit for their work, verbally abused them for years, derailed their careers to ensure that they keep working for him, and he has kept giving them empty promises about promotions. While the "villains" (except the Blot) are going to prison, the shocked director realizes his isolation. He may complete his film and rescue his career, but he just lost the closest thing he had to friends and family. Not exactly a happy ending.
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