While driving to work Laura witnesses the plane crash of a radio station's traffic reporter. She doesn't believe it was really an accident and launches a murder investigation.

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George Pentecost ...
Bud Tyler
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Norman Austin
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Leon Pulver
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Rick Badham
Sanford Jensen ...
Jack Lyman
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Frank Dix
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Marcia West
Gary Stein ...
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Hanna Hertelendy ...
Dr. Pam
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People Magazine Reporter (as Leilani Sarrell)
John Furlong ...
R. Musco
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Truck Driver (as Dan Halleck)

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While driving to work Laura witnesses the plane crash of a radio station's traffic reporter. She doesn't believe it was really an accident and launches a murder investigation.

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7 January 1986 (USA)  »

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When the aircraft crashes, its explosion is heard over the radio. In actuality, the radio transmission should have ended with the sound of static instead of the sound of the explosion. See more »

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Radio Caller: [Laura and Steele enter the lobby of the radio station. The broadcast can be heard over the air] Hello, Doctor, last week you referred to the use of vegetables.
Remington Steele: [Steele looks at the large sign on the wall which reads 14-KROT] Fourteen krot?
Laura Holt: K-R-O-T... "14 - Carat".
Remington Steele: Uh-huh.
[They listen to the radio program being broadcast]
Dr. Pam: It isn't important what vegetables you use. Carrots, corn on the cob, zucchini, they are all terrific.
Remington Steele: A radio cooking show?
Laura Holt: That's Dr. Pam, a phone-in sex therapist.
Remington Steele: I must ...
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References Body Heat (1981) See more »

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