Fallen Angels (1993–1995)
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A dangerous blind gangster, his henchman and his girlfriend hold a meek housewife hostage in her home, claiming that they're there for her husband, who's away. Certain that they've confused them with someone else, she tries to escape.

Director:

Michael Lehmann

Writers:

Bruno Fischer (story), Scott McGehee (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Dana Delany ... Helen Fiske
Benicio Del Toro ... Paco
Marcia Gay Harden ... Marie
William Petersen ... George (as William L. Petersen)
Adam Baldwin ... Ralph
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Flynn James Flynn ... Police Detective
Matt O'Toole ... Motorist
Zack Phifer Zack Phifer ... Motorist
Johanna Went Johanna Went ... Female Motorist
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A dangerous blind gangster, his henchman and his girlfriend hold a meek housewife hostage in her home, claiming that they're there for her husband, who's away. Certain that they've confused them with someone else, she tries to escape.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 1995 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Happily married, but to who?
16 February 2016 | by XhcnoirXSee all my reviews

Dana Delany is happily married to Adam Baldwin. One night when her husband is away for work, she gets an unexpected visit from William Petersen, his girlfriend Marcia Gay Haden and Benicio Del Toro, who claim Baldwin is Petersen's brother and is now living with Delany under an assumed name. They hold her hostage in her own home while waiting for Baldwin to return. But the demure Delany isn't afraid to fight back.

Like many episodes in this series, this one was originally a short story by a pulp author, Bruno Fischer in this case. This episode is nicely done, with a seedy undercurrent and real tension. The acting is also quite good across the board, with Petersen and Gay Haden playing a pretty mean couple while bespectacled Delany tries to seduce Del Toro. A nicely done episode all in all.


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