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Dominique Dunne: An American Tragedy 

A biography of the short life of actress Dominique Dunne, documenting her arrival on the Hollywood scene, her tragic relationship with John David Sweeney, her subsequent murder at his hands... See full summary »

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Dominick Dunne ... Self
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Miguel Ferrer ... Self
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A biography of the short life of actress Dominique Dunne, documenting her arrival on the Hollywood scene, her tragic relationship with John David Sweeney, her subsequent murder at his hands, and the aftermath of the murder. Written by Jason A. Cormier <wildrose@mindspring.com>

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Touching...
19 March 1999 | by ratgirlSee all my reviews

I would just like to say that this documentury got to me, and touched me in a way that no other documentury ever has.

Dominique Dunne was a very talented actress, and what happened to her was the worst thing that could ever happen to anybody.

She was just getting started in life, the acting business, and becoming famous, and John Sweeney took all that away from her.

This is a real American tragedy.


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23 February 1997 (USA) See more »

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