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Without a Trace (4-Feb-1983)

Director: Stanley R. Jaffe

Writer: Beth Gutcheon

From novel: Still Missing by Beth Gutcheon

Music by: Jack Nitzsche

Producer: Stanley R. Jaffe

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Caroline Aaron
Actor
7-Aug-1952   Character actress, 1980s to present
Stockard Channing
Actor
13-Feb-1944   The First Lady on The West Wing
Frederick Coffin
Actor
16-Jan-1943 31-Jul-2003 Character actor
David Dukes
Actor
6-Jun-1945 9-Oct-2000 War and Remembrance
Judd Hirsch
Actor
15-Mar-1935   Taxi
Dan Lauria
Actor
12-Apr-1947   Jack Arnold on The Wonder Years
William H. Macy
Actor
13-Mar-1950   Fargo
Kate Nelligan
Actor
16-Mar-1950   Frankie and Johnny
Terry O'Quinn
Actor
15-Jul-1952   Locke on Lost
Bill Smitrovich
Actor
16-May-1947   Andrew Thacher on Life Goes On
Kathleen Widdoes
Actor
21-Mar-1939   Emma on As the World Turns
Hattie Winston
Actor
3-Mar-1945   The Electric Company

CAST

Kate Nelligan   ...   Susan Selky
Judd Hirsch   ...   Al Menetti
David Dukes   ...   Graham Selky
Stockard Channing   ...   Jocelyn Norris
Co-Starring
Jacqueline Brookes   ...   Margaret Mayo
Keith McDermott   ...   Philippe
Kathleen Widdoes   ...   Ms. Hauser
Daniel Bryan Corkill   ...   Alex Selky
Cheryl Giannini   ...   Pat Menetti
David Simon   ...   Eugene Menetti
William Duell   ...   Polygraph Operator
Joan McMonagle   ...   Vivienne Grant
Louise Stubbs   ...   Malvina Robbins
Deborah Carlson   ...   Naomi Blum
Charles Brown   ...   Sachs
Sheila M. Coonan   ...   Anna
Peter Brash   ...   Mr. Garrett
L. Scott Caldwell   ...   Janet Smith
Ellen Barber   ...   Martina
Theodore Sorel   ...   Dr. Sorel
Sam J. Coppola   ...   Schoyer
Elaine Bromka   ...   Production Assistant
Roger Kozol   ...   Makeup Man
Caroline Aaron   ...   Makeup Woman
Lee Sandman   ...   Coffee Shop Owner
Frederick Coffin   ...   Officer Coffin
Marisa Ryan   ...   Justine Norris
Dan Lauria   ...   Baker
Donny Burke   ...   Ward
Stefanie Ann Levy   ...   Marcia Menetti
Peggy Woody   ...   1st Girl on Movie Line
Kathrin King Segal   ...   2nd Girl on Movie Line
Marcella Lowery   ...   Sgt. Rocco
Jane Cecil   ...   Mrs. Applegate
Todd Winters   ...   Technician
Timothy Minor   ...   Sound Man
Lynn Cohen   ...   Woman with Dog
Kymbra Callaghan   ...   Hairdresser
Ronald Barber   ...   Guard
Carlotta A. DeVaughn   ...   Correction Officer
Luke Sickle   ...   Hank
Parents
Robert Ott Boyle   ...   Parent
Joseph M. Costa   ...   Parent
Richmond Hoxie   ...   Parent
Elizabeth Lathram   ...   Parent
Terry O'Quinn   ...   Parent
Angela Pietropinto   ...   Parent
Tory Wood   ...   Parent
Police
Don Amendolia   ...   Police
Tony Devon   ...   Police
Thomas Kopache   ...   Police
Lou Leccese   ...   Police
Mark McGovern   ...   Police
Steve Mendillo   ...   Police
Bob Scarantino   ...   Police
Martin Shakar   ...   Police
Bill Smitrovich   ...   Police
Reporters
Ashby Adams   ...   Reporter
Hy R. Agens   ...   Reporter
MacKenzie Allen   ...   Reporter
Peter Burnell   ...   Reporter
Bruce Carr   ...   Reporter
Marķa Cellario   ...   Reporter
Gregory Chase   ...   Reporter
Paul Collins   ...   Reporter
Ken Cory   ...   Reporter
Freda Foh Shen   ...   Reporter
William Fowler   ...   Reporter
Edmund Genest   ...   Reporter
Roxanne Gregory   ...   Reporter
Gracie Harrison   ...   Reporter
William H. Macy   ...   Reporter
James Storm   ...   Reporter
Brenda Thomas   ...   Reporter
Allan Weeks   ...   Reporter
Hattie Winston   ...   Reporter
Videotape Segments
Tom Dunn   ...   WOR-TV News Announcer
Sara Lee Kessler   ...   WOR-TV News Announcer
Phyllis Haynes   ...   "Straight Talk" Host
Mary Ellen McPhillips   ...   "Straight Talk" Host
Edward O. Downes   ...   "Straight Talk" Guest
Hugo Weisgall   ...   "Straight Talk" Guest
Joel Mendelbaum   ...   "Straight Talk" Guest

REVIEWS

Review by Diorae (posted on 23-May-2009)

This was a great film. You do not really know what happened to the little boy until the very end. Lot's of twists and turns. It is not over the top violent. Does not have a sexual tone to why the boy was taken. Kate Nelligan does a fantastic job of grabbing you and pulling you into her pain. You really end up feeling that you have lost your own child. You wish there was a little better police work here, but Judd Hirsch rids himself of the "Taxi" personna and does a nice job as a cop and father. With the age of the film now, it makes a good sunday afternoon movie.


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