A woman who has recurring nightmares that her twin sister is in grave danger hires the Simon brothers to find her when she turns up missing.

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A woman who has recurring nightmares that her twin sister is in grave danger hires the Simon brothers to find her when she turns up missing.

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2 December 1982 (USA)  »

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