Nora Dawson is the only person willing to testify against underworld boss Leon Chandler. Chandler has used his political connections to have Dawson committed to a corrupt mental institution... See full summary »

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Nora Dawson
Alan Bergmann ...
Lt. Governor Harve Harrison
Anne Francine ...
Maude Brophy, R.N. (as Anne H. Francine)
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Leon Chandler
Robert Miller Driscoll ...
Dr. Carrick
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Kaye Lusk
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Wilson
Dean Harens ...
Larkin
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John Dawson
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Foreman
Paul Sorensen ...
Tower Guard
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Nora Dawson is the only person willing to testify against underworld boss Leon Chandler. Chandler has used his political connections to have Dawson committed to a corrupt mental institution where she is being drugged to destroy her credibility. The team must rescue Dawson in time for her to testify against Chandler. Written by EEM

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On the boat, when Barney puts his wet suit top on, he is bare-chested, but when he gets into the pipe and removes the top, he's wearing a black t-shirt underneath. See more »

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Person on Tape: Good morning, Mr. Phelps. Harv Harrison is the Lieutenant Governor of this State and a puppet of underworld boss Leon Chandler, know on trial for murder. Chandler's alibi has been provided by the Lieutenant Governor. The chief witness against Chandler is this woman, Nora Dawson, who is in a state mental hospital where she is being systemically driven insane to destroy her credibility as a witness. Convention enforcement agencies have been unable to win Nora Dawson's release on legal grounds. ...
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Rescue mission that has ends with a twist
7 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

*SPOILER ALERT*

The IMF mission is to rescue a woman (played by Susan Howard) who is being held in a mental institution and is being drugged so that she cannot testify against several corrupt government officials accused of murder. Lisa Casey has to get herself locked up inside the facility so that she can take the place of the woman. Phelps plays Lisa's relative trying to have her committed. Barney has the task of tampering with the security equipment of the facility so that Phelps can maneuver around the compound. Willie has a minor role at the end of piloting the boat to pick up the rescued woman. The mission's ending is a bit different from the others in that it does not end with the woman's rescue, but continues to the court room with the trial and a later switch involving Lisa and the woman.


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