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Arthur Milo, an IRS official with access to detailed personal and financial data, chooses his kidnap victims from his files. Pete Honeycutt is in charge of the case and Milo taunts him with personal phone calls, eventually threatening his family. Written by
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Emmy Award winners Dabney Coleman and Timothy Busfield lift this routine FBI/kidnap thriller above normal made-for-tv expectations.
Coleman plays a corrupt IRS officer with seemingly unlimited access to the personal details of LA's wealthy - especially those families with single boys. He commits a series of kidnaps that draws in an obsessive FBI detective (Busfield) complete with his own domestic problems (estranged wife and son). A cat and mouse scenario ensues with enough twists and turns to keep most fans of this genre entertained.
One question remains though - why does the highly intelligent and articulate Coleman character employ such dumb sidekicks?
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