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Beginning to See the Light 

When Toby's (Craig Olejnik) patient dies after a hit-and-run, he discovers the man was convicted of embezzling four million dollars and his death wasn't an accident.

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Toby Logan
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Charlie Marks
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Oz Bey
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Olivia Fawcett
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Brian Becker
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George Ryder
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Lindsay Wallace
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Norine, Lindsay's Mother
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Morris Bender
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Ron Wallace
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Syd Pickersgill
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Turkey Wife
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Allan Price ...
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Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Oz (Ennis Esmer) respond to a man suffering from a head injury. As the man, Ron Wallace (Mark Whelan), loses consciousness and dies, Toby flashes on an image of a young woman. As they place him on a stretcher, a handgun falls from his coat with a photo of the woman from Toby's vision. With Oz's help, Toby tracks down the woman, who turns out to be the victim's daughter, Lindsay (Kristin Booth). Lindsay asks if her father's death had anything to do with the four million dollars he embezzled. Toby shares what he knows with Detective Charlie Marks (Lisa Marcos) and they discover that despite spending 14 years in prison, Ron may not have committed the crime. Written by Shaftesbury Films

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Crime | Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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The father of the boy with the coin in his nose identifies it as a 1941 Lincoln steel penny. Steel pennies were minted in 1943. See more »

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