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To Love, Honor & Betray (1999)

A young woman (Crystal Bernard) aware of her father's (James Brolin) affair with another woman becomes convinced of his guilt after her mother (Dee Wallace Stone) is found murdered in this fact-based movie.

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Ted Brennan
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Melissa Brennan
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Charlie
Philip Akin ...
Det. Gonda
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Nick
Stewart Bick
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Julia Brennan (as Dee Wallace Stone)
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Doug Latimer
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Steve Latimer
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Adelle (as Brandi Marie Ward)
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Richard Goslin
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Emil Packer
Gary Fruchtman ...
Dr. Banning
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Neighbor Woman
Peter Windrem ...
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Ambitious metal worker Charlie wins the heart of nurse Melissa, despite initial opposition from her doting and adored father, enterpriser Ted Brennan. Melissa was about to break with her dad after seeing him kiss another woman, but Charlie stops her. Next Charlie gains Ted's respect and support by proposing a join business with his mates, the Lattimer brothers. Then Ted's wife is murdered at home. Both police and Melissa come up with several theories. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Agapi kai prodosia  »

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In real life the neighborhood where it took place was 29 palms a really bad neighborhood in California and the father and daughters names are Jim Stroup and Sheryl Seawright. It was the dad who solved the murder of his wife and his daughter always stood by her husband and doesn't have a close relationship with her dad and fact they have lots of bad blood between them See more »

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Did I hear that right?
2 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Excuse me! Can someone help me out with this? I ended up watching this show with my mom over the Christmas holidays. It's your standard Lifetime fare. It's very predictable, but somehow you get sucked in. Anyway, during a very dramatic court room scene where a man is on the stand talking about the possibility of an affair regarding his father-in-law, he used the word "slapadickilous." My mom heard it too, and we just stared at each other dumbfounded. Did you hear that? my mom asked me. We started laughing. We really could not believe he used the word so seriously and that even the lawyer who was questioning him, seemed to be nonchalant concerning "slapadickilious." I can understand using catchy phrases but this "phrase" did not seem to be consistent with the dramatic tone of the show. If this was a comedy it would have been OK but not for a drama. Did anyone else hear this and wonder? Please help. I really need to know.


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