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The Two Mr. Kissels -- The Two Mr. Kissels" is a story of a pair of brothers who seem to have it all - the perfect wives, the perfect homes, money and perfect lives. But nothing is as it seems in the Kissel household, especially when unspeakable tragedy strikes and both brothers are found dead. Starring John Stamos, Anson Mount and Robin Tunney.
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Release Date:
15 November 2008 (USA) See more »
Drama based on a true story. Rich, high-flying brothers Robert and Andrew Kissel seemingly have everything: beautiful wives who love them... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

John Stamos ... Andrew Kissel

Robin Tunney ... Nancy Keeshin

Anson Mount ... Robert Kissel

Gretchen Egolf ... Hayley Wolff

Chuck Shamata ... Bill Kissel

Vincent Walsh ... Michael Del Priore

Simon Reynolds ... David Pariser

Carlos Gonzalez-Vio ... Juan Castillo
Olivia Palenstein ... Jane Kissel (as Olivia Jones)

Téa Jacobson ... Deborah Kissel
Elizabeth Hart ... Deborah Kissel - age 6

Cassidi Hoag ... Mary Kissel - age 9 / 11

Sydney Cross ... Mary Kissel - age 3 (as Sydney Cross)

Jake Goodman ... Davis Kissel
Abby White ... Ruth Kissel - age 6
Caprice Herjavec ... Ruth Kissel - age 9
Drew Murphy ... Karen Kissel - age 3
Ashley Deanna Murphy ... Karen Kissek - age 5

Rachel Wilson ... Melinda
Grace Armas ... Mateah

Karen Cliche ... Pris (as Karen Cliché)

Amy Lalonde ... Lizzy

Paulino Nunes ... Frank Shea

Kristina Pesic ... Babs

Sally Gifford ... Sylvie
Will Corno ... Mover #1

Martin Doyle ... George Miniter

Darrin Maharaj ... Reporter #1
Brad Borbridge ... Coroner

Jay Hunter ... Coroner #2
Lynne Cormack ... Sophia

Diana Platts ... Reporter #2

Anthony Bekenn ... Trial Judge
Craig Eldridge ... Jeffrey

Mark DeAngelis ... Reporter #3

Romina D'Ugo ... Hotel Woman

Meghan Heffern ... Waitress
Gerry Quigley ... Mailman

Imali Perera ... Reporter #4

Joy Tanner ... Personal Shopper
Matt Bois ... Waiter
Julia Yee ... Female Guard

Benz Antoine ... Construction Manager

Jane Watson ... 74th Street Neighbor

John Paul Ruttan ... Neighbor's Child
Gino Marrocco ... Doorman

Karen Ivany ... Roz
Elizabeth Beeler ... Dress Fitter
Natalie Grace Jurewich ... Busty Lounge Woman
Philip Mackenzie ... News Director (as Philip MacKenzie)
London Angelis ... Young Andrew Kissel
John Fleming ... Young Rob Kissel
Chloe Tudisco ... Young Jane Kissel
Lila Yee ... Chinese Warden
J.C. Kenny ... CNN Reporter

Rory O'Shea ... Reporter #5

Michael Bradley ... Handsome Caucasian Man

Directed by
Ed Bianchi  (as Edward Bianchi)
Writing credits
Maria Nation (written by)

Produced by
Terry Gould .... producer
Caroline Moore .... co-producer
Michael Scott .... co-executive producer
John Stamos .... producer
Dan Wigutow .... executive producer
Original Music by
Reinhold Heil 
Johnny Klimek 
Cinematography by
Teodoro Maniaci 
Film Editing by
David Ray 
Casting by
Sharon Forrest (casting by)
Susan Forrest 
Production Design by
Rocco Matteo 
Art Direction by
Mun Ying Kwun 
Set Decoration by
Jeffrey Butler  (as Jeff Butler)
Costume Design by
Anne Dixon 
Makeup Department
Debi Drennan .... key makeup artist
Diane Mazur .... makeup artist
Regan Noble .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Steve D'Onofrio .... post-production supervisor
Andrea Raffaghello .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Buell .... second assistant director
Steve Webb .... first assistant director
Jennifer Zabawa .... trainee assistant director: daily
Art Department
Robert L. Blair .... key props (as Bob Blair)
Kent McIntyre .... lead dresser
Vicky Peters .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Shaun Brennan .... foley artist
Eric Fitz .... location sound
Lewis Goldstein .... supervising sound editor
David Horton .... boom operator
Brian Langman .... sound effects editor
Nathan Lindsey .... assistant sound editor
Cate Montana .... supervising sound editor
Bill Orrico .... foley editor
Tom Ryan .... apprentice sound editor
Matt Snedecor .... adr recordist
Peter Waggoner .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects supervisor
Shelley Cook .... stunt coordinator
John MacDonald .... driving double: John Stamos
Duncan McLeod .... stunt double: Rob
Camera and Electrical Department
Darren Boyce .... key grip
Christopher Chung .... assistant camera
Dave Derry .... dolly grip
Rick Dubeau .... grip
Jerry Fil .... grip
Brian Gedge .... camera operator
Kevin Michael LeBlanc .... first assistant camera
Anthony Police .... best boy grip
Clayton Shirt .... grip
Harry Stroud .... gaffer
Casting Department
Hollie Lee .... casting assistant (as Hollie Meyer)
Molly Lopata .... casting: US
Roisin McGilly .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anna Dal Farra .... assistant costume designer
Ann Steel .... costume set supervisor
Editorial Department
Jennifer Davidoff Cook .... assistant editor
Jessica Elvin .... on-line editor
Jesse Morrow .... on-line editor
Martin Zeichner .... colorist
Music Department
Ted Alexandre .... music coordinator
Michael Brake .... supervising music editor
Thomas Golubic .... music supervisor
Reinhold Heil .... music arranger
Reinhold Heil .... music programmer
Johnny Klimek .... music arranger
Johnny Klimek .... music programmer
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... music arranger
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... music programmer
Louie Schultz .... music editor
Jonathan Levi Shanes .... composer: additional music
Jonathan Levi Shanes .... music arranger
Jonathan Levi Shanes .... music programmer
Bruce Winter .... music mixer
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Joseph Ramdath .... unit driver
Other crew
Angelica Bailey .... production assistant
Carly Brenner .... production assistant
Laurel Bresnahan .... on-set teacher
Christina Buchli .... production legal
Shannon Chow .... key set medic
Jen Gillespie .... clearance coordinator
Cynthia Graves .... production coordinator
Lucia Haliburton .... production assistant
Amanda Mason .... assistant to executive
Marnie Mason .... production accountant
Cynthia Poulter .... assistant to executive producer and director
Boris Radivojevic .... location production assistant
Jeffrey Schneider .... business affairs
Dawn Marie Sorokolit .... script supervisor (as Dawn Sorokolit-Burke)
David Steinberg .... legal services
Melissa Warry-Smith .... location manager

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
86 min
Finland:K-16 (TV rating)

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Revealing mistakes: When Nancy is on the couch with Tony and Robert calls her from Hong Kong, the flip phone she is on snaps shut as she answers it. She then opens it fully and begins her conversation with her husband. If a flip phone is opened part of the way and then closes, even if it is not opened fully, the call is disconnected.See more »
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5 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Not a bad suspense movie, 16 November 2008
Author: guilfisher-1 from New York City

This just released on TV gave the viewers a treat in the performances and script. A mystery, although it's pretty obvious as to what will happen from the beginning. In fact in the promos of the film you sort of know what's ahead. The two Mr. Kissels are played by Anson Mount and John Stamos. Like the good and bad brothers. Cain and Able. One tries to compete with the other in life, love and happiness. First one gets married then the other. But the wives are reversed in good and bad. Anson marries a witch, played by the not so attractive Robin Tunney, who is out for all she can get. You do wonder why this nice looking guy would not only fall for the likes of Tunney, but why he would put up with her. Most guys would have dropped her fast. She looked like Dracula's daughter. Then Stamos married a beauty who is all for him and he screws up all he way.

You put these four together and sooner or later it all falls apart. I felt bad for Anson and the gal who played the other wife, don't know her name. Stamos and Tunney earned their fates.

Both Stamos and Mount did good jobs. A big departure for Stamos who usually plays the nice guy. Mount is new to me and should go far in his career. Tunney, you want to forget. Bad casting and not that pretty to look at.

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