The year is 1979 and the disco has ruled for almost a decade. Each evening, celebrities, politicians and other social royalty attend Studio Paradise, while every-day people line up outside the doors, hoping for the chance to get into the exclusive club or, failing that, spot a celebrity. At first it seems like any other evening at Studio Paradise, but when the owner, Louis Savage, is found shot outside his office, the patrons become suspects as his killer is sought. It’s up to the patrons of Studio Paradise to determine who had the motive, means and opportunity to kill the owner of Studio Paradise!

This mystery is not suitable for kids, church groups or any other conservative audiences. THERE IS OFFENSIVE CONTENT, and while it is presented with the usual Shot In The Dark Mysteries style and class, you can expect drinking, drugs, violence and sexual references.

Murder at Studio Paradise, Murder Mystery Game
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Features Include:

  • Our “Mingle Mystery” format gets your guests sleuthing and interacting to solve the mystery
  • Our trademark, un-boring mystery package materials (no cutting required!)
  • Individual email-able suspect guides to cut down on printing and save the host from “spoilers”
  • Host guide with full instructions and tips to help you prepare for your party
  • Character Complexity Rating (to help hosts better assign characters to their guests)
  • Optional MP3 Announcement of Murder and final “Big Reveal” mystery solution

  • Accusation Forms
  • Invitations
  • Name tags
  • Floor plans – (if applicable)
  • Access to the PLAY! site to send your guests to view the trailer, suspects and more!
  • *NEW* Digital Invitations

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Reviews for Murder at Studio Paradise 1970’s Murder Mystery Party

We had a great murder mystery party New Year’s Eve!
Tara
We had an amazing time with the Murder at Studio Paradise. I was nervous if I would be able to pull off a successful party and the instructions made it super easy. Everyone enjoyed getting dressed up and figuring out the mystery together.

It really was a blast! We are still going back and forth in text messages today about how much fun we had together. It was so nice to do something different.

Samantha
I am planning my 7th annual murder mystery party…all have been yours! We have done 1920’s speakeasy, masquerade, pirates, 70’s disco, western and Christmas! This year we will be doing the Murder at the Winery.
Meaghan

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