Rabbit Fall: Season 1, Episode 1

Welcome to Rabbit Fall (9 Nov. 2007)

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Constable Tara Wheaton moves to the town of Rabbit Fall in the Canadian wilderness, where she's directly plunged into the case of a missing girl. Tara has no leads on the missing girl and a... See full summary »

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Harley McPherson (credit only)
Monique Mojica ...
Martha
Peter Kelly Gaudreault ...
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Booth Savage ...
Stanton Martinsky
Doug Bedard ...
Willy
Jennifer Podemski ...
Hooded Figure
Jessica Munroe ...
Little Girl
Candace Fox ...
Little Girl's Mother
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Constable Tara Wheaton moves to the town of Rabbit Fall in the Canadian wilderness, where she's directly plunged into the case of a missing girl. Tara has no leads on the missing girl and a murder case seems to be going nowhere when the only witness is a little girl too afraid to speak. The investigation leads Tara into the forest where she makes a disturbing discovery-one that links both cases and ties Tara directly to them. Written by untilt

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Written by Jay Semko & Jack Lenz
Performed by Jay Semko
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