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Play Nice (1992)

A serial killer is on the loose, and a cop must track him (or her) down.

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Cast

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Jack 'Mouth' Penucci
Louise Robey ...
Jill Crane / Rapunzel (as Robey)
Michael Zand ...
Dennis 'Crick' Crichmore
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Captain Foxx
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Coroner
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Pam Crichmore
Mark Carlton ...
Detective Ball
Scott Burkholder ...
Harold Wiesen
Irina Cashen ...
Melissa Crichmore
Jennifer Youngs ...
Hooker
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Police Station Drunk
Sandy Faison ...
Mrs. Holland
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Nancy
Prince Hughes ...
Rubbernecker
Mimi Maynard ...
Mrs. Kessler
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Storyline

Lt. Penucci, not particularly with his superiors or anyone else, really, must track down a homicidal nut before he or she kills again. He becomes romantically involved with a researcher helping him, who becomes the prime suspect in the killings. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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She Plays Rough. She Plays Dirty. But She'll Never ... "Play Nice"

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Thriller

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11 November 1992 (USA)  »

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This movie features two actresses from the Friday the 13th universe; Amy Steel, and Louise Robey (who starred in Friday the 13th the Series). See more »

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References Sorceress (1982) See more »

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Ed O'Ross is numero uno!
14 December 2001 | by (Brockport, NY) – See all my reviews

Ed O'Ross in his crowning glory. This one and only starring role shows the versitiality of the greatest actor to live. Ed O'Ross out shined his female lead Robey, and his male co-star(don't know his name). There should be more movies out there that star Ed O'Ross, and if the price is right (and high enough), he'll star in a blockbuster. All the big time actors will have to take a back seat.


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