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D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear (2003)

It's about the Washington Sniper



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Credited cast:
Chief Charles Moose
Douglas Duncan
John Allen Muhammad
Trent Cameron ...
John Lee Malvo
Sandy Moose
Lieutenant Jacobs
Mildred Muhammad
Agent Tremain
Agent Stone (as Doug Abrams)
Detective Foster
Detective Paulson
Sylvia Mack
Gordon Wolf
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Lenahan
Raul Aguilar ...
Bus Driver


It's about the Washington Sniper

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Release Date:

17 October 2003 (USA)  »

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23 días de pánico  »

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1.78 : 1
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Filmed and released before John Muhammad and John Lee Malvo's trials had began. Nevertheless, both men were subsequently found guilty in real life. Malvo is serving one of six consecutive life sentences in prison since November 8 2006, and Muhammad was executed by lethal injection on November 10th, 2009. See more »


At the end scene where the two are arrested at a rest area in Hagerstown, Maryland there is an interstate sign for I-70 South. Interstate 70 does not run south rather runs east west from Utah to Baltimore. See more »


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Written by Stan Watson and Donnie Monroe
Performed by Tha B Team
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari/Mastersource
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Very good, very good - and hey we lived through it
21 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Although we live further south now, at the time of the sniper, we lived in Frederick County, Maryland...Just to give ya an idea, it was 15 miles from where the sniper was caught, and around all the other shootings....The movie, I thought, captured everything just as it happened, and was not over-dramatized...There was real fear there, police escorts were available at shopping malls/centers 24/7,residents were warned to remain indoors/out of public as much as possible, and the highways really did back up miles and miles long looking for that elusive "white van" (initally suspected vehicle)..I think all of our guardian angels were working overtime that week...It could've been anybody, as the victims were picked at random, and the movie really got that message across flawlessly...Anyhoo, I just wanted to say that this, by far, depicts an actual event so correctly that I would (and plan to) buy it on DVD...That's my 2 cents LOL..:)Good job!

P.S. - ::::A little prayer 4 the victim's families:::

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