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No One Would Tell (1996)

TV-14 | | Biography, Crime, Drama | TV Movie 6 May 1996
A shy high school student's seemingly perfect relationship with a popular jock quickly turns abusive and dangerous.

Director:

Noel Nosseck

Writer:

Steven Loring
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Candace Cameron Bure ... Stacy Collins (as Candace Cameron)
Fred Savage ... Bobby Tennison
Gregory Alan Williams ... Detective Anderson (as GregAlan Williams)
Heather McComb ... Nicki
Rodney Eastman ... Tony Dinardo
Season Hubley ... Rita Thompson
Sally Jessy Raphael ... Judge
Michelle Phillips ... Laura Collins
Gary Wolf ... Neil
Chad Cox ... Bruno Brunoski
Justina Machado ... Val Cho
Paul Linke ... Rod Merredi
Eric Balfour ... Vince Fortner
Martha Romo ... Carla
Paige Moss ... Donna Fowler
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Storyline

Shy sixteen-year-old Stacy Collins can't believe that the most popular guy in school, an attractive athlete named Bobby Tennison, is interested in her. At first she is flattered by his constant attention, but then he becomes possessive and jealous, telling her who she can speak to and what she can wear. Threats escalate into violence when he thinks she has stepped out of line. Soon she is walking on egg shells and living in fear. Having seen the tell-tale bruises, her best friend convinces her to break things off with him, but in a moment of weakness, she goes to meet him. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Jealousy is dangerous. Obsession is deadly.


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Trivia

The picture shown in Stacy's locker of her and a guy sitting on the couch that Bobby gets upset about is actually a picture of Candace with her husband Valeri Bure. See more »

Goofs

When the police unzip the body bag at the lake, Stacy's face flinches briefly. See more »

Quotes

Stacy Collins: Bobby? Bobby? Bobby, Please don't be mad, I didn't mean to hurt...
Bobby Tennison: You want everyone to hear you? To see you cry, you wanna embarrasses me again?
Stacy Collins: No, I didn't want to do anything. Bobby I wore this for you. Because I love you. Don't you even remember-
[she tries to grab his arm but he throws her against the wall]
Bobby Tennison: Would you stop? What are you trying-
[she slumps to the ground, now in his normal state]
Bobby Tennison: Great. You happy now?
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Connections

Remade as No One Would Tell (2018) See more »

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This I Swear
by The Skyliners
Released: 1960
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It's like junk food. You know you shouldn't enjoy it, but somehow, you do.
21 March 2002 | by courtraeSee all my reviews

(I allude to minor plot points in this review. I don't think I reveal anything important, but I don't want to be accused of ruining such a fine film for anyone.)

This movie is terrible. There are so many facets of the movie that make it absolutely awful, but yet it's still impossible to tear yourself away from it if you are one of those people who gets sucked in to the hyper-dramatic made for TV movie.

First of all, who can resist a cast that includes Fred Savage, Candace Cameron, and, of all people, Michelle Phillips? The plot is enough to make you want to cringe (it's not right that they made abuse seem like such a ridiculous topic, but they did), and buying Fred Savage as the villain is somewhat difficult, but that's what makes it all so laughable. Add to this the fact that it has an uproariously funny soundtrack (Belinda Carlisle, anyone?) and you know you have a winner.

If you enjoy watching bad movies, grab some microwave popcorn the next time they re-run this movie on television. You'll find plenty to mock in its predictability and over-the-top dramatic scenes. You'll want to see it again and again.

(One more thing: Try not to feel like a terrible person at the end of the movie when Sally Jesse Raphael lectures us all about the importance of intervention.)


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 May 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Conspiracy of Silence See more »

Filming Locations:

Mesa, Arizona, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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