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Jonathan Stone: Threat of Innocence (1994)

Rocked by the death of his wife, ex-cop Jonathan Stone moves to a Seattle suburb to start a new life. It is there that he is falsely accused of murder and finds himself forced to track down... See full summary »

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Jonathan Stone
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Annie Hayes
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Arnie Ryan
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Don Moran
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Deborah Walsh Bradford
Neith Hunter ...
Nora Walsh
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Lally Marsh
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Yates
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Nan Stone
Geof Prysirr ...
Man Lover
Traci Martinson ...
Woman Lover
John Procaccino ...
Dr. Gerrard
Richard Anthony Crenna ...
1st Detective
Jesse Switzer ...
Tadpole Kid
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Rocked by the death of his wife, ex-cop Jonathan Stone moves to a Seattle suburb to start a new life. It is there that he is falsely accused of murder and finds himself forced to track down the real killer in an attempt to clear his own name. In his pursuit of justice, Stone meets wealthy socialite Annie Hayes. With Annie's help, Stone is able to gain access to the rich and famous in order to solve this bizarre murder case. Together, they team up to clear Stone's name and give him a second chance at life. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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One Man Is Taking Control

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18 May 1994 (USA)  »

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Don't Waste Your Time
14 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a huge disappointment. In spite of having Richard Crenna and Beverly D'Angelo in this movie, the only reasons I gave it a shot in spite of the ratings, it was a total flop. Other than Richard Crennas character, I kept wondering "who are these people"? Totally under-developed and left you not knowing or caring who or what they were about. There was a feeling of watching bit parts from a few different movies, all thrown together. The only reason I watched through to the obvious ending is to see if just maybe it would get better. It didn't. Even if you're a fan of Richard Crennas or Beverly D'Angelos, don't waste your time on this mess.


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