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George Hamilton is a very good actor, which I appreciated in films like "Viva Maria!" (1965) and "Love at First Bite" (1979). Lisa Rinna is natural and believable in the role Marielle Delauney. Robert Hays is not bad too as John Taylor, the FBI agent, well, he was better in the comedy "Airplane!" (1980). Usually, the adaptations of Danielle Steel's novels are cheesy, without consistency and with not very convincing actors. This "Vanished" is an exception, is well executed, carefully directed by George Kaczender, who has experience in directing other dramas (he left us too in the tragic year 2016), well performed by all the actors. In short, worth seeing.
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