The husband of a rich Memphis belle is murdered, and she and her sophisticated twin sister are indicted in the murder.

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Betty Gay Wilson / Holly Faye Walker / Peggy Joy Lowe / Lily Mae Stokely
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Jesse Dixon
Ed Bruce ...
Daryl Kelso
Mark W. Johnson ...
Bobby Joe Howell
Jim Ostrander ...
Dwight Stokely
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Dr. Duncan Walker
Paul Wills ...
Vern Pickett
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Darlene Pickett
Steve Watson ...
Chris Walker
Patrick Manning ...
Cliff Walker
Ruby Wilson ...
Clara Brown
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Donna Dupree
Mari Askew ...
Sue Ellen Decker
Denice Hicks ...
Lou Ann (as Denise Hicks)
Judge Lynn Cobb ...
William Cain
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Inseparable Alabama twin sisters, Betty Gay Wilson and Peggy Joy Lowe, are arrested and tried for conspiring to murder Betty's wealthy husband. These two sisters hire handyman James White to kill Betty's husband. White's love and devotion for Peggy compels him to obey their irrational orders and carry out the murder. White confesses to the murder and the twins are arrested, charged, and tried. Written by Bren M.

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12 April 1994 (USA)  »

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A Execução de Um Assassinato  »

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Based on the true story of Alabama twins Betty Wilson and Peggy Lowe who were arrested and tried in 1992 for the conspiracy to murder of Betty's husband, a wealthy, well-known ophthalmologist, Jack. See more »

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