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12 January 2008 (USA) See more »
Cathy and Frank partner with a beautiful insurance investigator in the recovery of stolen art. Frank is smitten with her, even though it becomes more apparent she may be the mastermind behind the theft. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Lea Thompson ... Cathy Davis / Jane Doe

Joe Penny ... Frank Darnell

William R. Moses ... Jack Davis

Jessy Schram ... Susan Davis

Zack Shada ... Nick Davis

Elaine Hendrix ... Agnes Dart

Philip Casnoff ... Lance Saxon

Andrew Lauer ... Marvin Apple (as Andy Lauer)

Hedy Burress ... Joanne Nagle
Julianna McCarthy ... Hildy Bloome

Jeremy Howard ... Joe Buckbee

Mark Rolston ... Paul Miller

Alan Oppenheimer ... Hans Engelslepen

Natalija Nogulich ... Andreas Vanderwiel

John Fleck ... Martin Norman

Kathy McGraw ... Mrs. Woodard
Lindsay Johnston ... Emma
Christian Vandal ... Classmate

Lana Antonova ... Irene Bloome

Jean-Michel Richaud ... Isaac Bloome

Elle Peterson ... Young Hildy

Erik Passoja ... SS Officer

Derek Anthony ... Guard 1

Jennifer Sorenson ... TV Reporter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Christian Eric Billings ... C.S.A. Agent (uncredited)

Chris Kerner ... Swat Team Leader (uncredited)

Sean R. Lake ... CSA Agent (uncredited)
June Marie Sparagna ... Secretary (uncredited)
Jack Taylor ... Schoolboy (uncredited)

C.J. Thomason ... Valet (uncredited)

Directed by
Lea Thompson 
Writing credits
Dean Hargrove (creator)

Bridget Terry (written by)

Produced by
Albert T. Dickerson III .... producer
Robert A. Halmi .... executive producer (as Robert Halmi Jr.)
Dean Hargrove .... executive producer
Jeff Kloss .... producer
Larry Levinson .... executive producer
Nick Lombardo .... co-executive producer
Michael Moran .... co-executive producer
Cinematography by
James W. Wrenn (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Christine Kelley 
Casting by
Penny Perry 
Amy Beth Reece  (as Amy Reece)
Production Design by
Yuda Acco 
Set Decoration by
Kathleen McCarthy 
Costume Design by
Tami Mor  (as Tammy Moore)
Makeup Department
Jerri Lynn Ayer .... key hair stylist (as Jerri Lynn Marlborough)
Jed Dornoff .... makeup artist
Jill Ethan .... makeup artist (as Jill Ethen)
Starr Jones .... key make-up
Production Management
Kevin Bocarde .... executive in charge of production
Albert T. Dickerson III .... unit production manager
Jeff Kloss .... unit production manager
Tony Roman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael D. Gillis .... first assistant director
Phillip Goodrich .... second second assistant director
Jon-Paul Velasquez .... second assistant director
Art Department
John S. Adams .... carpenter
Ryan J. Beyer .... leadman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer
Mark Ettel .... re-recording mixer
Robert Fitzgerald .... adr supervisor (as Bob Fitzgerald)
Robert Fitzgerald .... dialogue editor (as Bob Fitzgerald)
Eric Hoeschen .... foley mixer
Anthony Krajchir .... sound engineer
Cobi Lawson .... sound studio coordinator
Carrie Layne .... sound studio coordinator
Paul Menichini .... supervising sound editor
Nancy Parker .... foley artist
Elizabeth Rainey .... foley artist
Paul Ratajczak .... re-recording mixer
Trevor Sperry .... adr mixer
Steven Utt .... sound engineer (as Steve Utt)
Gary Alexander .... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Gary Cunningham .... sound mixer (uncredited)
Rob Cunningham .... boom operator (uncredited)
Victoria S. Cunningham .... boom operator (uncredited)
Jake Eberle .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Eric Acsell .... compositor (uncredited)
Patrick Murphy .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
John Peeler .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Christine Anne Baur .... stunt double: Cathy Davis / Jane Doe (as Christine Baur)
Jayson Dumenigo .... stunt coordinator
Clint Lilley .... stunt double: Saxon
Jim Wilkey .... stunt double: Hans
Darlene Ava Williams .... stunt double: Agnes (as Darlene Williams)
Clint Lilley .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Sonny Tipton .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
William Ballard .... gaffer (as Cool Breeze Ballard)
Katie Boyum .... Steadicam operator
Ashley Carpenter .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jose Felix .... electrician
Nathan D. Fetzer .... electrician
Michael S. Gallamore .... electrician
Don Humer .... dolly grip
Steve Irvine .... electrician
Morgan Jenkins .... loader
Nicholas Kaut .... electrician
Rex Kenney .... best boy grip (as Rex T. Kenney)
John Murlowski .... director of photography: second unit
Trevor Navarra .... grip
Zachary Sieffert .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Zac Sieffert)
Alex Szuch .... still photographer
Nicole Thompson .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Vincent Wrenn .... camera operator: "b" camera
Eduardo Barraza .... grip (uncredited)
Michael S. Beckman .... electrician (uncredited)
Jonathon Carmichael .... grip (uncredited)
Chris Owen Jones .... additional camera loader (uncredited)
James Plaxton .... electrician (uncredited)
Matthew Thiemann .... best boy electric (uncredited)
Julien Zeitouni .... first assistant camera: additional camera (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kelly Kwon .... wardrobe assistant
Shiela Radtke .... wardrobe assistant
Rina Ramon .... wardrobe supervisor
Kelly Kwon .... set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Andrew Drapkin .... colorist
Mike Frenden .... assistant editor
Luke Guidici .... on-line editor (as Luke Asa Guidici)
David Hayes .... colorist: dailies
Frank Sharp .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
William Clark Coit III .... location manager
Theodore Giapapas .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Matt Shelton .... music editor (as Matthew Shelton)
Onnalee Blank .... music editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Jason Ballard .... transportation captain
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Paul Balelo .... business affairs
Amy Chance .... staff production supervisor
Michael Donner .... manager production accounting
Debra Egelhoff .... production coordinator
Matt Fitzsimons .... production executive
Marie Frick .... business affairs associate
Timothy Hampton .... assistant production coordinator (as Tim Hampton)
Iwona Kanclerz .... script supervisor
Matt Karam .... office production assistant
Greg Krutilek .... business affairs
Marisa La Tour .... staff assistant (as Marisa LaTour)
Peter McKernan .... helicopter pilot
Sam Montiforte .... post production accounting
Ingo Neuhaus .... adr voice actor
Amanda Phillips Atkins .... development assistant (as Amanda Phillips)
Heidi Hinzman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Angie Kern .... set medic (uncredited)
Mary Przybylski .... production assistant (uncredited)
Kris Smith .... additional script supervisor (uncredited)
Alexander Soto .... set production assistant (uncredited)

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78 min | Netherlands:100 min (including commercials)

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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Actually one of the better episodes, 4 June 2008
Author: blanche-2 from United States

I had to chuckle at the previous review of this - obviously, the reviewer isn't familiar with this series and therefore can't possibly know that this is one of the better entries. Cathy Davis (Lea Thompson)(Jane Doe in her role as a CSA agent) is called by Darnell (Joe Penny) to help investigate the theft of a $150 million Vermeer painting at a Los Angeles museum, which previously belonged to a Jewish family and was taken by the Nazis. The daughter in the family, the only survivor and now quite elderly, has sold the painting to the museum. Discovering what happened to the original involves an insurance agent (Elaine Hendrix), an art collector (Phil Casnoff) and a waitress (Julianna McCarthy), a neo-Nazi (Mark Rolston) and a few others. The plot isn't bad, though elements of it can be figured out.

The good thing about this episode is that there is very little of Cathy's banal family life - the fewer scenes at home, the better. If the series is to continue, let's hope that's a trend.

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