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Seven Hours to Judgment (1988)

A distraught husband kidnaps the judge who freed his wife's killers on insufficient evidence. He gives him seven hours to find evidence that will put them away, or he'll kill his wife.

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(story) (as Walter Davis), (screenplay) (as Walter Davis) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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John Eden
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David Reardon
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Lisa Eden
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Ira Martin (as Tiny Ron Taylor)
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Danny Larwin
Reggie Johnson ...
Chino
Glenn-Michael Jones ...
The Doctor 'Doc'
Tony Lee Troy ...
Kiki
Shawn Miller ...
Doowa
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Jorges
Albert Ybarra ...
Carlos
Christo Garcia ...
Victor (as Chris Garcia)
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Eddie
Johnny 'Sugarbear' Willis ...
Officer Wilton (as Johnny S.B. Willis)
Don Creery ...
John's Cabbie
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Storyline

A street gang raids David Reardon's wife and leaves her half-dead. When the gang is brought to court, she still lies down in coma, so judge Eden has to let them go on lack of evidence. Reardon believes it was Eden's fault and takes revenge: he kidnaps Eden's wife and threatens to kill her if he doesn't find proof against the punks in 7 hours. In panic, Eden starts erring around in the night to find a witness. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide. No time to waste. See more »


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16 September 1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Az igazság 7 órája  »

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$177,820 (USA)
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Has A Lot To Say, But Not Well Put Together
7 December 2001 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

Another film that attempts to make a comment on how the legal system allows criminals to use loopholes to slip out of being penalized, while victims suffer. However, the character Ron Leibman plays comes off as a lunatic instead of the anguished husband of a murdered victim as the story wears on. The premise of the film seems very far fetched as well, especially in the scenes where Beau Bridges is facing down gang toughs. There is no chemistry between Bridges and Moore (she plays his wife), either. Could have been a much better film for the ideas it was trying to get across.


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