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Dangerous Offender: The Marlene Moore Story (1996)

Marlene Moore has spent most of her life in prison, and is considered so dangerous that the authorities want her locked up indefinitely - though she has never committed a serious crime.

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Dr. Steve Gibson
David Fox ...
Supt. Kerr
Tracey Moore ...
Sandy
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Heather Allen
Patricia Gage ...
Maureen Woodcock
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Mrs. Moore
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Constable Mann
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Michael Copeland
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Robert Harris
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Dr. Spring
Aidan Pendleton ...
Young Marlene
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James B. Douglas ...
Judge
Ian Alden ...
Sonny Moore
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Marlene Moore has spent most of her life in prison, and is considered so dangerous that the authorities want her locked up indefinitely - though she has never committed a serious crime.

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7 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Perigoso Delinquente  »

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Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Produced by Kenny Laguna & Ritchie Cordell
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No one could survive
12 February 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As i sat and watched their portrayal of Marlene, I was devastated! Marlene Moore was my aunt!!! Her death was not surprising to us, as the torment she endured throughout her life, no one could survive!!! I found truths and lies all throughout the movie...and some just hard to swallow...She was a danger to herself, but would give you the shirt off her back...I remember the woman who sat at my bedside, while i was hospitalized, for hours she sat with me. She is NO monster, Just someone who they let slip through!!She was deemed Dangerous Offender, what should the system be deemed for letting her die? I truly feel of all the people who live within our system, there should be more people willing to help!


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