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Stay Tuned for Murder (1987)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Ginnaven ...
Lieut. Cochran (as Chris Ginnaven)
Terry Reeves-Wolf ...
Zac McKay
Dominique St. Croix ...
Sally Best
B.J. Hardin ...
Elam Strang
Robert Ginnaven ...
Judge Barnevay (as Bob Ginnaven)
Shannon Wolf ...
Stacy McKay
Morgan Wolf ...
Jill McKay
Phil Zeni ...
Larry Nebs
Keith Vinsonhaler ...
Jeff Bailey ...
Charles Monroe
Neal Moore ...
Henchman #1
Bill Holloway ...
Henchman #2
Tim Fox ...
Henchman #3
Len Schlientz ...
Todd Tongen ...


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Interesting if you like checking out '80s regional cinema
9 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Female TV journalist Zac McKay (Terry Reeves-Wolf) gets wrapped up in a drug running/murder investigation that may or may not involve her missing husband. On the case is Lt. Cochran (Chris Ginnaven), a young cop who initially butts heads with McKay over her reporting. Gee, I wonder if they will get along? This is a regional mystery from Arkansas that is professionally acceptable, but lacks a bit of punch in the script. The big reveal at the end is weird and really has no emotional impact. Lead Reeves-Wolf was one and done with this film, but she is fine in the role and it is interesting to hear someone with a real Arkansas accent in a lead. Her two children play her two children in the film. Perhaps the most "notable" person in the film is Dominique St. Croix, a former Penthouse pet who, naturally, supplies the film's nudity. The team behind this re- teamed a couple years later for the seemingly unreleased TOO SCARED TO LAUGH (1989).

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