Frank Belson didn't ask too many questions about the past of his new wife Lisa St. Claire, even after she suddenly and mysteriously disappeared one night. He brings in Spenser to help ... See full summary »

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Luis DeLeon
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Chollo
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Santiago
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Evans
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Father Ahearn (as Daniel T. Parker)
Lloyd Battista
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Frank Belson didn't ask too many questions about the past of his new wife Lisa St. Claire, even after she suddenly and mysteriously disappeared one night. He brings in Spenser to help locate her, who begins to piece together her complete life story while submerged in the Latino shadow world of the town of Proctor. Written by Jeff Cross <blackjac_1998@yahoo.com>

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Kidnapping can lead to something dangerous...Spenser.

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12 September 2000 (USA)  »

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Robert B. Parker's Thin Air  »

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Robert B. Parker: As Spenser enters a police station, a police officer is seen asleep at his desk. See more »

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When Susan is bound and gagged in the locked room, footage of this scene appears on the bank of TV's later on in the film but no camera was present when this was done See more »

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Frank Belson: My wife is gone. I don't know why, I don't know where.
Spenser: Tell me about it.
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Follows Spenser: A Savage Place (1995) See more »

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Too many ridiculous scenes....
26 September 2000 | by (Deltona, Florida) – See all my reviews

I found this made for TV movie with too many ridiculous scenes. A police detective's wife is kidnapped, and he later asks ex-cop, now private investigator [Spenser] to investigate, and find his wife.

In one scene, the detective responds to a 911 call where Spenser is force to shoot a man that had threatened his girlfriend with a knife. Upon arriving, the detective seems to have a condescending and unfriendly attitude towards Spenser.

The detective who is later laid in a hospital bed after being shot by the kidnapper, tells Spenser to find the shooter and waste him. This scene does not make sense as do others that follow, which I will not get into so as not to spoil it for those who want to see this drama of a movie. It's as if the script was rushed without proper technical advice, or scenes just made up as they went along. For those who do see this movie, I'm sure many will agree with my critique.




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