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Escape from Val-catraz 

Convicted bank-robber Harry Murdock's ex Cindy hires VIP for their daughter Cynthia's wedding with Ted. Just then Harry makes a deal to reveal where he stashed away $17,000,000 he stole ... See full summary »

Director:

Deran Sarafian

Writers:

Eric Estrin, J.F. Lawton (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Pamela Anderson ... Vallery Irons (as Pamela Anderson Lee)
Molly Culver Molly Culver ... Tasha Dexter
Shaun Baker ... Quick Williams
Natalie Raitano ... Nikki Franco
Leah Lail ... Kay Simmons
Robin Leach ... Self
Angelle Brooks ... Maxine de la Cruz
Tristan Rogers ... Harry Murdoch
Laurie Fortier ... Cynthia Murdoch
Dey Young ... Mrs. Murdoch
Alex Hyde-White ... Kerwick
Joseph Gian ... Rene Batiste (as Joe Gian)
Vincent Guastaferro ... Warden
Justin Walker ... Groom Ted
Bart Braverman ... Maurice Afshani
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Storyline

Convicted bank-robber Harry Murdock's ex Cindy hires VIP for their daughter Cynthia's wedding with Ted. Just then Harry makes a deal to reveal where he stashed away $17,000,000 he stole from corrupt cops, who stole it from Nikki's family, the Franco mobsters. He demanded VIP protection, in vain. His transport is attacked by his ex partner Rene Batiste, but Val and Nikki pick him up and go in hiding, while the FBI searches for all three. But so are Rene Batiste and his present partner Garvick. Harry is determined to attend the wedding, and an extra. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 1999 (Germany) See more »

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Lafitte Productions See more »
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