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Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story (1995)

True life drama about a working mum (Henner) whose life is put back in jeopardy when the man who was convicted of stalking her (Savant) and killing her cousin comes up for parole.

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Nancy Conn
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Richard Mark Ellard
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Mary Howell
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Charlotte Parks
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Leisa Conn
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Detective Collins
Sean McCann ...
Nancy's Father
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Nancy's Mother
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Gary Conn
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Fred
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Sergeant Greenway
John Bourgeois ...
Shifflett
Sandi Stahlbrand ...
TV Reporter
Kevin Hicks ...
Dr. Wilson
Bunty Webb ...
Apartment Manager
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True life drama about a working mum (Henner) whose life is put back in jeopardy when the man who was convicted of stalking her (Savant) and killing her cousin comes up for parole. Written by Jonathan Broxton <j.w.broxton@sheffield.ac.uk>

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2 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Au-delà du viol  »

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1.33 : 1
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Nancy Conn: You're a little goofball.
Charlotte Parks: And you're my cousin, so what does that make you?
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good movie
6 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this movie...Mary Lou Henner did a great job and I'm really glad that she is helping to get this message out to people. That slime-ball Ellard will hopefully get raped and killed by a guy named hubba...no for real maybe there is a chance he will find God and repent of what he did before it is to late. I feel a lot of remorse for the cousin and the teenage girls that were slain by Ellard. The Vocal foundation sounds like it is a great place to go for victims and there families. Recently Nancy Conn Mcrreary wanted to let a few rapist out on parole....on this issue I say "if a person has sincerely has made a life change and they have valid reason, served time, and are really looking like they have made a change in life, let them out."


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