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Stop at Nothing (1991)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | TV Movie 12 March 1991
A woman believes that her husband is molesting their daughter. Unfortunately she can't prove it, so when the courts grant him custody, she is approached by a woman who went through the same... See full summary »

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Nettie Forbes
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Sarah McConnell Parrish
David Ackroyd ...
Agent Conroy
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Sgt. Jake Morris
Deborah Anne Gorman ...
Kimberly Howard (as Deborah Ann Gorman)
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James Howard
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A.J. Parker
Annabella Price ...
Glenna Howard
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Dean Bowles
Lou Beatty Jr. ...
Sgt. Wade
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Ofelia
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Judge Quentin
Roger La Page ...
Judge Rivers
Alan Koss ...
Watch Commander
Claudette Sutherland ...
Clark
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A woman believes that her husband is molesting their daughter. Unfortunately she can't prove it, so when the courts grant him custody, she is approached by a woman who went through the same thing and unfortunately was not able to help her child. She offers to help her get her daughter and help them disappear. However, her husband has hired a private investigator to find them and she is good. However, the investigator starts to wonder if her client is guilty or not. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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12 March 1991 (USA)  »

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Justi├ža Fora da Lei  »

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Veronica Hamel - TV Queen shows style!
10 November 1998 | by (Gummersbach, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Stop at nothing" is not one of those "Problem of the week"-TV-Movies. It is really more; heartbreaking and very understanding and with a great cast, lead by Veronica Hamel. She shows the whole range of her talent and makes her role absolutely believable. She shines especially when she shows the strength of a woman, who helps other women whose kids have been raped by their fathers. And not to forget the "fight" between her and co-star Lindsay Frost (who is also very good!). Altogether a very important movie.


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