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The Fatal Seduction: Part 2 

Ben defends a man against murder charges stemming from a date-rape shakedown scheme.

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Leanne McIntyre
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Cliff Lewis
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Conrad McMasters (credit only)
Kurt Deutsch ...
Tim McDaniels
David Gail ...
Mike Rydell
Jill Novick ...
Ashley Armstrong
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Carrie Locke (as Jeri Lynn Ryan)
Rob Stone ...
Clyde Eller
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Jerry Jennings
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Detective Kendall
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Joyce Leigh Bowden ...
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Randell Haynes ...
Phil Trenton
J. Michael Hunter ...
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Ben defends a man against murder charges stemming from a date-rape shakedown scheme.

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7 October 1993 (USA)  »

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Billy Lewis: Lucy's dead.
Ben Matlock: Lucy's dead?
Billy Lewis: She died in her sleep sometime last night, in that beach house of hers in North Carolina. This kid was renting a room there, found her and called me about an hour ago.
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Typical Matlock made better by Jeri Ryan
28 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

This wasn't a bad movie at all. It was definitely typical Matlock, though. If you're looking for that one that breaks the formula, you won't find it here. This is worth checking out at least for Jeri Ryan, whether you're a Matlock fan or not. 5/10


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