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Murder in Mind (26-Aug-1997)

Director: Andrew Morahan

Writer: Michael Cooney

From a play by: Michael Cooney

Music by: Paul Buckmaster

Producers: Vicki Slotnick; Jeremy Paige

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Hawthorne
Actor
5-Apr-1929 26-Dec-2001 The Madness of King George
Jason Scott Lee
Actor
19-Nov-1966   The Jungle Book
Art Metrano
Actor
22-Sep-1936   Capt. Mauser, Police Academy
Mary-Louise Parker
Actor
2-Aug-1964   Weeds
Gailard Sartain
Actor
18-Sep-1946   The Buddy Holly Story
Jimmy Smits
Actor
9-Jul-1955   L.A. Law

CAST

Nigel Hawthorne   ...   Dr. Ellis
Mary-Louise Parker   ...   Caroline
Jimmy Smits   ...   Peter
Gailard Sartain   ...   Charlie
and
Jason Scott Lee   ...   Holloway
Jon Cedar   ...   Superior Officer
Ingo Neuhaus   ...   Officer
Art Metrano   ...   Judge
Rob LaBelle   ...   Lecturer
Mitch Ward   ...   Court Clerk
Anne De Salvo   ...   Flustered Attorney
Jodi Long   ...   Secretary (Helen)
Eric Cadora   ...   Secretary #2 (Patrick)
Nicholas Cascone   ...   Prosecutor
Elizabeth Norment   ...   Dr. Beck
James Handy   ...   Dr. Harvard
Roman Wyden   ...   Deli Server
Aaron Lustig   ...   Defense Attorney
James Maitland   ...   Medic
John Marrott   ...   Detective
Glenn Schlechter   ...   Detective at Accident
Tom Bales   ...   Detective at Accident
Richard McCune   ...   Officer at Accident
Ken Christmas   ...   Officer at Accident

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