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Deadly Whispers (1995)

When Kathy Acton is found dead, her parents, Tom and Carol, swear they will find her assailant. But as the investigation gets under way, it appears that the only remaining suspect is the ... See full summary »

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Tom Acton
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Carol Acton
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Det. Jackson
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Kathy Acton
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Betty
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Jim
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Susan Banks
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Tom's Father
Michael P. McCarthy ...
Peter Acton
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Crystal Acton
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Attorney Clarence Brandon
Maureen McVerry ...
Dr. Miller
Kevin Mason ...
Tom at Thirteen
Michael M. Foley ...
Officer with Social Worker
Fred D. Coleman ...
Forensic Officer
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When Kathy Acton is found dead, her parents, Tom and Carol, swear they will find her assailant. But as the investigation gets under way, it appears that the only remaining suspect is the girl's father. Carol is torn between the love for her husband and the story the police tells. Written by Lars Skogan

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10 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Kuoleman kuiskeet  »

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Goofs

During the opening scene, we see Carol making breakfast. As she sets down the milk carton, it tips back & forth. Then she bumps it & it almost falls over, revealing it to be an empty prop. See more »

Quotes

Carol Acton: I don't know who killed Kathy. I'm just trying to tell you that I don't have a husband anymore, and I can't support the family I've got left. I can't even see them! Now when do I get my kids back?
Attorney Clarence Brandon: [sternly] Until it is proven that you yourself had nothing to do with either your daughter's murder or ANY abuse that might be found, social services won't have anything to do with...
Carol Acton: [shocked] They think I was involved?
[after a long pause]
Carol Acton: [sadly] Maybe I was. Maybe I was. I was supposed to keep my kids...
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The funniest bad TV movie Ever!
24 April 1999 | by (IN) – See all my reviews

If you're like me and you love watching cheesy made-for-TV movies, this one is for you. Nothing is funnier than hearing Tony Danza try to pull off a Southern accent. The ending psychotic sequence is worth the price of a blank tape. If this is ever on Lifetime or something, take my advice. You'll laugh throughout.


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