The police are looking for a serial killer. A woman who appears to be one of the killer's victims, who survive is brought to the police. Only problem is that she has amnesia and doesn't remember anything. So a detective tries to help her.

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Victoria Schaffer
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Lieutenant William Quinn
David Huffman ...
David
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Dr. Addie Coleman
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Johnson (as Stephen Miller)
Jackson Davies
Anthony Holland
Jason Michas ...
The Boy
Ann Petrie ...
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Terry David Mulligan ...
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Wayne Cox ...
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Fred Latremouille ...
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Tom Heaton ...
Doctor #1
Don Schreiber ...
Doctor #2 (as Don Schreiber M.D.)
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The police are looking for a serial killer. A woman who appears to be one of the killer's victims, who survive is brought to the police. Only problem is that she has amnesia and doesn't remember anything. So a detective tries to help her.

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12 March 1983 (USA)  »

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Jane Doe findet ihren Mörder  »

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The Shaffer House is the same house used in Peter Medak's " The Changeling". When George C Scott moves to Seattle in the beginning of the film, he visits with his old friends in the same house. It is there where his friend puts him in contact with the historical society that eventually rents him an old haunted mansion. See more »

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For William Devane admirers only ..... others beware ...
13 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This made for TV movie from 1983 really can be divided into three separate parts. The first half could be very useful if someone you know develops amnesia, since it plays more like a medical seminar than a serial killer film. The second half is slightly better due mainly to an unexpected twist, but you still get the usual incompetent police work, lack of character development, and an unbelievably clichéd finale. This is not one of William Devane's best, as most of the time he has little to do. The numerous flashbacks and grating music are another problem. Not recommended, except if you must see every William Devane film. - MERK


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