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Robert Woodfield is a criminal defense attorney, and he has defended a lot of criminals, many of whom are guilty, but has maintained that everyone deserves a competent defense, which he... See more »

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Robert Woodfield
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Martin Ritter
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Leight Woodfield
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Charlie Mason
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Craig Dixon
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Sidney Evans
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Judge Hargreaves
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Attorney Dalton (as James Antonio)
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Police Captain
Kenn Michael ...
Eddie Rush (as Kenny Blank)
Sondra Spriggs ...
Sheri Evans (as Sondra Spriggs Williamson)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Bauer ...
Desk Cop
Howard Beckler ...
Judge Fernwick
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Sicko
Sandra Berns Francis ...
Secretary
Dennis Bowen ...
Cop #2
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D.A. Pringle
Sibel Ergener ...
Joan
Hideto Erihara ...
Mikey (voice)
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Jerry
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Ernie
Paul Hayes ...
Construction Worker
Jessica Hopper ...
Student
Barry James ...
Scott
Ken Kerman ...
Patrolman
Laura Kim ...
Anchor Woman
William Kuehn ...
Jailer
William Langlois ...
Cop #1 (as Bill Monroe)
Frank Lloyd ...
Mikey
Ed McCready ...
Jury Foreman
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Assassin
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TV Director
Heidi Popson ...
TV Interviewer
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Phil
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Randy
Sandra Tucker ...
Jerry's Wife
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Russell
Frank Uzzolino ...
Court Clerk
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Taxi Cab Driver (as Spice Williams)
Robert Wood ...
Mason Guard
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Man in Coffee Shop
Sharif Crawford ...
College student in courtroom (uncredited)
Taimie Hannum ...
Dancer (uncredited)

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Lee H. Katzin

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John Jarrell ... (written by)

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Ashok Amritraj ... producer
Alan B. Bursteen ... executive producer
Joe D'Angelo ... associate producer
Martin Ganz ... co-producer
Elke Keck ... producer
Doris Kirch ... co-producer
Elie Samaha ... executive producer
William B. Steakley ... producer
Andrew Stevens ... producer
Robert Stiemerling ... co-producer

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David Wurst
Eric Wurst

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Bryan Greenberg

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Brett Hedlund

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Mick Erausquin ... assistant editor

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Joey Paul Jensen

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Phil Brandes

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Roger Baer

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Karen Keech-Swerling

Makeup Department

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Phillip Pico ... key makeup artist (as Philip Pico)
Scott L. Treger ... assistant makeup artist: Mr. Pico
Michael White ... hair stylist

Production Management

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John H. Brister ... executive in charge of production
Maureen Norton ... post-production supervisor
Andrew Stevens ... unit production manager

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Sandy Adams ... assistant art director
Greg Bronson ... assistant property master
Aaron Dick ... carpenter
David Riggs ... property master

Sound Department

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Lorita de la Cerna ... adr mixer / foley mixer
Kevin Hamilton ... adr editor / adr supervisor / dialogue editor
Scott C. Kolden ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
Joel E. Smith ... re-recording mixer
David Waelder ... sound mixer

Stunts

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Bobby Burns ... stunts
Jeff Danoff ... stunt rigger
Ramon Frank ... stunt driver
Dan Koko ... stunt driver
Jack Pacheco ... stunts
Warren A. Stevens ... stunt coordinator (as Warren Stevens)
Pete Turner ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Greg Bridges ... key grip
Grg Magidow ... assistant camera (as Greg Magidow)
Mike Stockton ... gaffer

Casting Department

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Peter Alwazzan ... extras casting

Transportation Department

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William Kuehn ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Jesse Long ... script supervisor
Michael Perkal ... production accountant

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Plot Summary

Robert Woodfield is a criminal defense attorney, and he has defended a lot of criminals, many of whom are guilty, but has maintained that everyone deserves a competent defense, which he provides whether they are guilty or not. Currently he is defending Martin Ritter, a killer, whom he gets off. Later he has dinner with a friend, and his friend tells him that he needs to talk to him about something important. He is about to leave when some masked men go to his friend and kill him, when one of the men takes off his mask; it's Martin Ritter. Now being his lawyer, Robert can't say anything about what he saw. But that doesn't stop him from investigating what his dead friend was so worried about. It seems that he has stumbled onto something big, and instead of killing him they frame his wife for murder to get him to back off. But he doesn't and both his wife and him are now in danger. And still has no idea what's going on. Will he find out before they get to him? Written by

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Also Known As
  • Der Todfeind - Ein Mann rächt seine Frau (Germany)
  • Der Todfeind (Germany)
  • Extreme Duress (United States)
  • L'avocat du mal (France)
  • Assoluzione pericolosa (Italy)
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  • 95 min
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