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Writers (WGA):
John Dickson Carr (radio play "Cabin B-13")
Elisa Bell (teleplay)
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Release Date:
8 April 1992 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Lindsay Wagner ... Lindsey Thompson Gates

Angie Dickinson ... Beverly Thomas

Grant Show ... Chief Stevens

Joseph Bottoms ... Kenneth Gates
Karen Medak

Charles Napier ... Captain

Erick Avari ... Don Gallegher

Cameron Watson

Jeffrey DeMunn ... Dr. Johnston
Scott McCray ... Waiter #1

Scott Roberts ... Waiter #2
Robert Meadmore ... Officer Logan
Sharon Cornell ... Sandy

Terri Apple ... Female Employee
Laurel Adams ... Nurse

Roberta Hanlen ... Masseuse
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kira Reed Lorsch ... Sherilyn (as Kira Reed)

Directed by
Tony Wharmby 
Writing credits
John Dickson Carr (radio play "Cabin B-13")

Elisa Bell (teleplay)

Produced by
Ed Milkovich .... co-producer
Bob Roe .... producer
Original Music by
Curt Sobel 
Cinematography by
Brian West 
Film Editing by
Virginia Katz 
Casting by
Ben Rubin 
Production Design by
Barry Robison 
Art Direction by
Alfred Sole 
Costume Design by
Rosanna Norton 
Makeup Department
Cheryl Markowitz .... makeup artist (as Cheryl Ann Markowitz)
Peggy Semtob .... hair stylist (as Peggy Paloma Semtob)
Alicia M. Tripi .... hair stylist: Angie Dickinson
Alicia M. Tripi .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Ed Milkovich .... unit production manager
Mel Swope .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew M. Flinn .... second second assistant director
Christopher Griffin .... first assistant director
Daniel Silverberg .... second assistant director (as Daniel G. Silverberg)
Art Department
John A. Foote .... set dresser
Jeff Spellerberg .... property master (as Jeffrey Spellerberg)
Tim Swope .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Gary Bolger .... re-recording mixer
Tom Caton .... boom operator
David Chornow .... sound mixer (as David B. Chornow)
Dennis Kirk .... re-recording mixer
Larry Stensvold .... re-recording mixer (as Larry Stenavold)
Clancy T. Troutman .... sound supervisor (as Clancy Troutman)
Special Effects by
Gary L. King .... special effects
Daniel W. Barringer .... stunt coordinator (as Dan Barringer)
Terry Jackson .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Branigan .... key grip
Rob DeLorenzo .... assistant camera (as Rob Delorenzo)
Austin Goss .... chief lighting technician
Daniel L. Turrett .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Daniel Turrett)
Scott Webb .... best boy electric
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kerry Mellin .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Ken Schretzmann .... assistant editor
Music Department
Ellen Segal .... music editor
Transportation Department
Jason Belsky .... transportation captain
Griff Ruggles .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Joe Bachelor .... title illustration
Ronald Arthur Baker .... caterer
Susannah Brengel .... production auditor
Paul Coleman .... security lead man (as Paul Vincent Coleman)
Susan Ellis .... production coordinator (as Susan R. Ellis)
Matthew Gross .... production executive
Patricia Jordan .... script supervisor

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USA:88 min
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The only mystery is why they made this movie, 5 January 1999
Author: culwin

Look, there's only two possibilities, either she's crazy, or she's not. Unfortunately, we have to wait through this entire boring movie to find out. The whole thing is a little bit ridiculous, too. It reminds me of The Net. There are lots of incredulous coincidences here. Instead of wondering "whodunit?" the audience is left wondering "who cares?". I feel sorry for anyone who watched this on TV and had to sit through the commercials. But I guess they were more interesting. Many yawns all around for this movie.

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