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The Third Twin (1997)

A researcher's life is in danger when she discovers a secret cloning operation.

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Dr. Jean 'Jeannie' Ferrami
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Steve Logan / other twins
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Berrington Jones
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Sgt. Michelle 'Mish' Delaware
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Lisa
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Lila Ferrami
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Preston Barck
Linda Sorensen ...
Lorraine Logan
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Col. Charles Logan
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Senator Proust
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Pete
Damir Andrei ...
Neighbor
Christina Collins ...
Lt. Gambol
J. Winston Carroll ...
Warden
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To have one identical twin is quite normal but to have two such twins is extraordinary so much to his surprise Steve Logan finds out he has been cloned by unscrupulous man who appears to be a huge benefactor but his true motives are much more sinister.

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9 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Ken Follett's The Third Twin  »

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The same idea of a selfcloning was used also in Multiplicity with much more success with the audience starring Michael Keaton as Doug.Similarity to the character of Steve Logan in The Third twin can hardly be ignored.Jason Gedrick's charisma wasn't enough See more »

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Referenced in The Daily Show: Jason Gedrick (1997) See more »

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Great movie, good plot, excellent acting by Kelly Mc Gillis
22 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

Not a fervent moviegoer, but was intrigued by the name of the leading actress, could not remember at first if it was "her" I saw in Witness. I must say that she supported the part of Dr Ferrami very well and her performance was very credible. I'd give her an A plus for it. Now that there is a lot of talk about cloning a human being, this movie is very actual, it got my attention from start to finish. Francis


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