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Policewoman Centerfold (1983)

A policewoman recently divorced loses her job after she posed naked in a magazine's centerfold. Based on a true story.

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Jennifer Oaks
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Nick Velano
Greg Monaghan ...
Chris Sands
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Captain David Buckman
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Steve Jones
Michael LeClair ...
Skip Oaks
David Haskell ...
Todd Walker
Jerry Supiran ...
Tommy Oaks
Corinne Carroll ...
Betty Oaks
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Sissy Owens
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Annie
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Mr. Oaks
Andrea Howard ...
Margo Syms
George Loros ...
Bob
Ron Prince ...
Officer Bill
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A policewoman recently divorced loses her job after she posed naked in a magazine's centerfold. Based on a true story.

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17 October 1983 (USA)  »

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Policía o modelo  »

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This movie is based on the true story of Barbara Schantz, who posed nude in the May 1982 edition of Playboy. Despite the movie's title, she was not featured in the centerfold; she appeared in one of the two associated pictorials. See more »

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Right Before Your Eyes
Written by Debra Barsha and Leland Bond
Performed by Debra Barsha
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Sweet And Charming
22 October 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have always known that Melody Anderson was one of the most beautiful but under-appreciated actresses in Hollywood. On one hand, this movie is a little of a tease as it taunts us with just how alluring the provacative actress is, but there is a limit on how far this could go as a tv-movie. It does show us just how good an actress she can be as her friends and son experience the pitfalls of her decisions. Ed Marinaro is a bit distant in his acting though, but Jerry Supiran proves how well he can do around the adult-minded script. Donna Pescow has a spirited, somewhat one dimensional character, but it is Melody who turns out the singular captivating presence.


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