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John Kent Harrison
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The bag gets pulled off Simon's head. His eyes slowly adjust to the blinding daylight. His face hurts and he's bleeding. How did he get into that cold and abandoned warehouse? And why is his partner Donny pointing a gun at him?
Scarecrow and Mrs. King Meet the Manchurian Candidate
I just watched my beta max copy of the television showing of "She Knows Too Much". Fred Silverman should be ashamed of himself for ever releasing this film. Leonard Maltin's NO REVIEW should give the reader a reason why there are only 24 votes for this film. The acting is not bad,but I think the story basis is a stretch, at best. Robert Urich buffoons too much. I did enjoy Meredith Baxter. If the balance of the cast could have maintained her level of performance the film might attain a six vote. All I can say is Erik Estrada is wasted in this film. For a quick reference to the type of film this is, just watch an episode of Scarecrow and Mrs. King. It says the same thing in less viewing time.
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