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The Woman Who Sinned (1991)

A beautiful woman is falsely accused of her best friend's murder after an illicit affair while Michael and Victoria Robeson's secrets need to come out if the crime is to be solved.

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Michael Robeson
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Evan Ganns
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Lieutenant Girvetz
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Randy Emerson
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Larry
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Sergeant Harper
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Dr. Mark Longwell
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Jane Mary Woodman
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Judy Reinhardt
Patricia Estrin ...
Jackie
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Ted Osborne
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Novack
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A beautiful woman is falsely accused of her best friend's murder after an illicit affair while Michael and Victoria Robeson's secrets need to come out if the crime is to be solved.

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17 November 1991 (USA)  »

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Mauvaise rencontre  »

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Susan Lucci solves murder of friend--while she is prime suspect

So good to see the beautiful Ms. Lucci stray from daytime fare and take another shot at evening TV. This is a somewhat obvious murder melodrama about Ms. Lucci being accused of her best friends's murder after having an illicit affair. One look at her friend (Lenore Kasdorf) and even the feeble-minded should have this plotline worked out. The performances ran the gamut: Highest marks go to Claudia Christian in a small but impressive role showing once again her obvious talent can shine through some weak scripting and direction. Christine Belford, as your local PI gave a solid journeyman (er, journeyperson?) performance despite the obvious denouement. Michael Dudikoff, as your garden variety psychopath, makes a valiant effort to break free of his karate movie typecast--he's positively creepy! Tim Matheson is only mediocre as the supportive yet imperfect husband. John Vernon does a good job as the thick-headed but honest cop(but I'd much rather see his gorgeous daughter Kate, who was wise enough to avoid appearing in this episode). As for Ms. Lucci's performance--- I'm very happy to hear that she finally won her DAYTIME Emmy she has sought so valiantly on her 17th try.


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