"It ended like most of my cases ... with everybody dead."
Name’s Thyme, Justin Thyme. I’m a fictional detective. I take on the toughest, dirtiest cases in English literature. That’s why the King dropped a dime: to tell me something was rotten in the state of Denmark. But before the old guy could cry “murder most foul”, somebody croaked him, and I was up to my peepers in betrayal and revenge. It was the most dangerous case of my career and the greatest murder mystery ever told. If were you pal, I’d take notes.
From the files of Justin Thyme, Fictional Detective, comes The Case of the Prince Formerly Known as Hamlet, a tale that is one part Shakespeare and one part Dashiell Hammett (or vice versa).
released June 24, 2007
Written by Bruce Kane
FULL CAST PRODUCTION
Running Time - 35 minutes