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Murder Most Likely (1999)

A Mountie is accused of killing his wife in a fatal fall from a luxury condo in 1981.

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1 win & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Patrick Kelly
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Marie Cartier
Janine Theriault ...
April Trent
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Tom McCamus ...
Sean Exley
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Alice Malinson
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Albert Malinson
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Detective Inspector
Dean Gabourie ...
Tom Kingsford
Beau Starr ...
Sammy Z
France Gauthier ...
Emma Cartier
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Larry Talbert
Scott Wickware ...
Jimmy
Ruth Madoc-Jones ...
Frankie
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In 1981, former RCMP Undercover Agent "Patrick Kelly" was accused of causing the mysterious death of his wife. Managing to elude the authorities, Kelly married his second wife, and continued to live the extravagant lifestyle he so desperately desired. However, in 1984, based on the testimony of a key witness, Kelly was finally convicted of the first-degree murder of his wife, (allegedly by throwing her off the balcony of their luxury high-rise condo). But then a whole ten years later, the witness claimed she lied on the stand. Written by Shayne <shayne@chalktv.com>

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22 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Glass-lined balconies weren't on any apartment buildings in the early 1980s - certainly not in Toronto. See more »

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References Donahue (1967) See more »

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Wild Eyes
Composed by Rich Dodson
Performed by The Stampeders
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An Interesting Case with Great Performances!
30 April 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I first came across this movie because I was looking up Paul Gross' work. I saw my TV listings and noticed it was on CTV (today)! I didn't quite know what to expect. The beginning blurb of the movie explained that it took the facts of the case, but also added bits of fiction. What I liked was how a number of different circumstances brought the whole story together, and showed many sides of the characters and case, for it made it all the more interesting. It moves in chronological order, but does have a bit of straying (with good reason). Obviously, with this type of movie, it had to explain why and how things were occurring with the corresponding scene of a past moment. The ending made me feel like the whole case is still a mystery, and maybe it is. On another note, the casting was flawless, everyone played their part very well, for it was quite believable and realistic.


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