A seasoned F.B.I. Agent's child-genius son assists him on catching a child-killer, a schizophrenic mohab nut who believes he's been chosen by god to be a new Noah.

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James Glickenhaus
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jan Broberg ... Cindy Lockerby (as Jan Gardner)
Elizabeth Johnson Elizabeth Johnson ... Stephanie Lockerby
Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus ... Jesse Broderick
Darlanne Fluegel ... Susan Broderick
Scott Glenn ... Stephen Broderick
Terri Hawkes ... Ellen Jenkins
Kevin Sorbo ... John Willison
Sheila Tousey ... Agent Lemar
Tim Colceri ... Warden Bates
Armin Shimerman ... Dr. Mort Seger
Leo Geter ... William Barnes
Thom Dillon ... Mark Denton
Wil Darwin Adams Wil Darwin Adams ... Death Row Guard
J. Stephen Brady J. Stephen Brady ... Bobby Martel
H.E.D. Redford H.E.D. Redford ... Prison Chaplain
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Fast plot about a mohab nut who thinks he is Noah and collects two of every living thing. Detective Broderick, with help from his teenage son, gather evidence and find the ghastly horror of this schizophrenic man who kills and kidnaps for his so assumed god. Written by Nebiros <nebiros@informador.com.mx>

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A brutal slaying. An elusive killer. The chase is on.


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Scott Glenn's pistol is a Browning High Power MKIII 9mm. It has an ambidextrous safety to accommodate left-handed shooters. Scott Glenn is left-handed. See more »

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Mordecai Booth: I've collected two of every creature on earth what more do you want? I am ready... let the rains come down
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References Air America (1990) See more »

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BETWEEN FATHER AND SON
Music by Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus & Joe Renzetti
Performed by Joe Renzetti
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29 November 1998 | by Helen-7See all my reviews

Do you like mysteries? Me too. Here is a big mystery: why Scott Glenn, who worked with Demmi (thrice), Altman (twice) as well as Kaufman, Figgis, Howard, Frankenheimer, Towne and Coppola, agreed to play in such bull****?! In "Slaughter of the Innocents" (directed by James Glickenhaus) Glenn plays an FBI agent who tracks down a ritual killer. The only person who can help him to solve the case is his little son. As the boy is ten times smarter than all the FBI, he alone can create a special multi-search program on his personal computer and find an evil maniac who builds a new Noah's Ark. By the way, young wunderkind is played by some Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus - have you got it? Naturally, he is cute and fearless. He plays baseball, rides the motorcycle and easily sneaks through the airport controls as he travels by plane to the place of crime. He even chats with his father about pubic hairs in the victim's mouth. Maybe the script looked like a parody on "The Silence of the Lambs" and Glenn decided to dilute his macho image with a little humour? Maybe Glickenhaus decided to turn his opus to dramatic course when he saw that it doesn't work as comedy? Still a mystery.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 August 1993 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

The Ark See more »

Filming Locations:

Arches National Park, Utah, USA See more »

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Budget:

$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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