Vanished (2006– )
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Senator Collins travels to the Capitol to cast his vote; startling information is revealed to Kelton in an unlikely venue; Judy rekindles an old flame.

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Agent Graham Kelton
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Senator Jeffrey Collins
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Sara Collins
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Marcy Collins
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Max Collins
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Ben Wilson
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Agent Lin Mei (as Ming-Na)
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Judy Nash
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Agent Daniel Lucas
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Jessica Nevins
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J.T. Morse
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Bob
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Judge Wallace Rainer
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Malik Christo
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Father Moyer
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Agent Graham Kelton informs senator Collins, before the confirmation vote, that his wife is brutally murdered, the body missing; he tells Marcy and swears to punish the Rainer-camp, against the president; Jenifer offers to hold the fort while he's in Washington. After Judy bragged back to Tiersa Adams, she's followed by the false witness's murderer to the studio archive but both escape. Promises of political career support convince Kelton's FBI Supervisor, Kyle Tyner, to hand Collins's chief of staff confidential investigation files, allowing him to warn off Jenifer, who still refuses to be paid off. His ex Ava reminds Kelton it's their daughter's first communion day. Graham goes on TV about an inexistent license plate '1N8N', hoping to contact the Nathan card sender, but is put on administrative leave, pending internal investigation in Washington. In church, Kelton finds an ear piece the Nathan informant uses to name murdered politicians in the plot, claiming Rainer's confirmation ... Written by KGF Vissers

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2 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Vanished as a show....I believe the writing and acting are....what can I say, except , it's a great show but it's not the same without Gale Harold's character
10 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

I'm sorry to see Gale Harold's "Graham Kelton" killed off Vanished. The plot may seem convoluted but in the end, it will all come together. I'm considerably curious about the connection between Dead Sea parchment scrolls in Hebrew and Sarah Collins unexplainable kidnapping. The kidnappers are very sophisticated in their use of technology, but so then, is the FBI. Graham Kelton, was very intuitive and knew what was going on. He had great investigative skills. I'm not so "crazy" about the man replacing him a lead agent. There was a great rapport between Ming-Na and Gale Harold...unless I'm not reading the body language correctly, where's the chemistry between Ming-Na and the new lead Agent? OK, so I'm biased. Divas, genuine divas, are demanding and can make life miserable for the rest of the cast and crew and I cannot see Gale Harold being like that.


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