To the world Brian Roberts looks like a successful businessman, with a lovely wife and two children all living in a dream home. Nevertheless, he has really been working undercover for the ... See full summary »

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Brian Roberts / Matthews
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Ellen 'Ellie' Roberts
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Peter Ritchie
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Mike Sylvester
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Nancy Roberts
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Andy Roberts
William Kirby Cullen ...
Mark Simonson
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Anthony Durano
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Olan Vacio
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Walther
Felice Orlandi ...
Fabiani
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Sam Todd
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Jennifer Balinger
Bobby Rolofson ...
Chip Balinger
Ken Hill ...
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To the world Brian Roberts looks like a successful businessman, with a lovely wife and two children all living in a dream home. Nevertheless, he has really been working undercover for the Justice Department to snare a mob boss. When his cover is blown, he has to break the news to his family about the nature of his real job and, worse, that they are now in real danger! Consequently, they are forced into the federal government's Witness Relocation Program. However, the trauma to the family does not stop there, as the gangsters he double-crossed are determined he and his family shall not escape 'mob justice.' Written by Alfred Jingle

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1 October 1980 (USA)  »

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Good film about family and relocation...
13 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While this was a story about the witness protection program, it at least centers on the family, their reactions to moving to Northern California wine country, and how they adjust. Not the usual crime and violence drama, which is a good thing.

Eli Wallach and Richard Crenna (who is always excellent) are interesting in this story, and there are some beautiful scenes of wine country which are rarely filmed (Except in the recent film "Sideways").

Overall, the performances are very good, Diane Baker is also believable, and this is a good little suspense film, if you can find it on VHS or DVD. Recommended.


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