Harry Seigal is a private investigator who, several years earlier, was dismissed from the police force after accidentally killing a suspect during interrogation. Now he's taken on a case ... See full summary »

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Rory Bemell
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Harry Seigal is a private investigator who, several years earlier, was dismissed from the police force after accidentally killing a suspect during interrogation. Now he's taken on a case for a woman whose husband she suspects is cheating on her. After setting up in a house across from his target, he begins observation. However, Seigal is about to discover is that his past is coming back to haunt him. Written by bioguyver43

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Get Away With That
Written by Michael Baiardi and Daniel Salvatore Sr
Published by Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by Caliber
Courtesy of Soundfile Records
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Your past can haunt you
13 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw the show for last night for the first time. Quite good. It is nice to see a show that somehow takes you back to that era of television when you enjoy a movie/show (horror or otherwise) for the content and not a lot of gore. I remember during the 60's and early 70's watching movies from the 40's & the 50's that had suspense & good acting. Of course, as most people my age, I also started enjoying movies with lots of gore and blood. But now nearing 50, I think more fondly of this old movies/shows. Even if the movie/show had blood in it, since the majority were black and white films (to me every show was in black and white since we did not owe a color TV set) the most important things were the characters and the story.


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