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Dial M for Monica ()


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Stark prosecutes an expensive Hollywood madam for ordering a hit on one of her former prostitutes, and she responds by releasing a book of her clients which includes his name.

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Sebastian Stark
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Julie Stark
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Raina Troy
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Madeleine Poe
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Martin Allende
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Casey Woodland
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Jessica Devlin
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Isaac Wright
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Monica Tanner
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Mayor Manuel Delgado (as Carlos Gomez)
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Eddie Linden
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Freddie Hopper (as Maximiliano Hernandez)
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Chloe Gorman
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Judge Stewart Fenton
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Michelle
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Veronica Dale
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Judge Leeland Hayward
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Gloria Dent
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Brittany
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Deputy (as Michael Canaan)
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TV Reporter
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Greg Kamins
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Don Meigert
Sarah Cahill ...
Allison Adams
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Call Girl #1
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Call Girl #2
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Call Girl #3
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Call Girl (uncredited)
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Business Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Natasha Leigh ...
Monica's Assistant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Steve Gomer

Written by

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Ian Biederman ... (creator) (creator)
 
Ian Biederman ... (written by)
 
Devon Greggory ... (staff writer)

Produced by

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Ian Biederman ... executive producer
Bill Chais ... producer
Jeffrey Downer ... producer
Keith Eisner ... supervising producer
Kevin Falls ... consulting producer
Brian Grazer ... executive producer
Robin Gurney ... producer
Rod Holcomb ... executive producer
David Nevins ... executive producer
Michael Oates Palmer ... co-producer
Ed Redlich ... executive producer
Mimi Schmir ... consulting producer
Hynndie Wali ... associate producer

Music by

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Sean Callery
Mark Morgan ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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David J. Miller ... director of photography (as David Miller)

Film Editing by

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Tammis Chandler ... (as Tammis Chandler Biraben)

Editorial Department

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Dan Judy ... colorist
Anthony Scott ... assistant editor
Jeff Dickerson ... post-production assistant (uncredited)

Casting By

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Rick Millikan

Production Design by

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Suzuki Ingerslev

Art Direction by

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Catherine Smith ... (as Cat Smith)

Set Decoration by

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Rusty Lipscomb

Costume Design by

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Ruth E. Carter ... (as Ruth Carter)

Makeup Department

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Kathy C. King ... dept. head make-up artist (as Kathy Carroll King)
Gloria Ponce ... dept. head hair stylist
Marianna Elias ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Tonie Keyton ... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Sharon Simon ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Alicia M. Tripi ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Mitchell Bell ... production supervisor
Jeffrey Downer ... unit production manager
Sandra Nebel ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Marisa Ferrey ... key second assistant director
Robert J. Metoyer ... first assistant director
Paul Domick ... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Annette Hobday ... additional second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Jackson Beale ... painter
Joe Connolly ... property master
Scott Kitchen ... propmaker
George A. Lee ... assistant property master
Tomas Sallvin ... construction coordinator
Doug Anderson ... lead plasterer (uncredited)
Patrick Barrett ... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Paige Bossier ... set dresser (uncredited)
Sarah Bullion ... prop assistant (uncredited)
Joe Elvington ... set laborer (uncredited)
Kenneth Jensen ... general foreman (uncredited)
Robert Kropfl ... location foreman (uncredited)
Charles Randolph ... set dresser (uncredited)
Kara Stanford ... art department coordinator (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Larry Benjamin ... re-recording mixer
Shawn Kennelly ... supervising foley editor/foley mixer
Laura Macias ... foley artist
Cathie Speakman ... supervising sound editor (as Catherine M. Speakman)
Kevin Valentine ... re-recording mixer
Forest Williams ... production sound mixer (as Forrest Williams)
Julie Altus ... adr recordist (uncredited)
Ethan Beigel ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Nick Carbone ... sound utility (uncredited)
Kevin Maloney ... boom operator (uncredited)
Rick Polanco ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Dean St. John ... adr mixer (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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George Loucas ... compositing supervisor: Baked FX
R. Matt Smith ... digital compositor (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tommy Donald ... grip
David W. Donoho ... key grip (as David Donoho)
Jason Jensen ... first assistant camera (episode)
Michael P. May ... camera operator (as Michael May)
Bruce Olinder ... chief lighting technician
Martin Reder ... lighting technician
Cary Sachs ... electrician
Daniel L. Turrett ... camera operator (as Dan Turrett)
Thomas Wostak ... key rigging electric
Giovanni Zelko ... lighting technician
Jesse Beaird ... grip: second unit (uncredited)
Donovan Davis ... dolly grip (uncredited) / grip (uncredited)
Andrew Dumas ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Scott Fieldsteel ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Matt Guiza ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Kieran 'KC' Illes ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Scott M. Leonard ... grip (uncredited)
Jim Marquette ... camera operator (uncredited)
Michael P. May ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
John McGonegle ... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Helen Geier ... casting associate
Jeffrey M. Paal ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alma Magaña ... additional set costumer
Behnaz Shokouhi ... shopper
Marta Villalobos ... set costumer
Dana Kay Hart ... costume supervisor (uncredited)
Lisa Hyde ... key set costumer (uncredited)
Alma Magaña ... additional costumer (uncredited)
Elaine McGhee ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Murray Miller ... location manager
Michael Percival ... assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Jeff Charbonneau ... music editor
Alexandra Patsavas ... music supervisor
We 3 Kings ... composer: theme music
Jamie Forsyth ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
J. Peter Robinson ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Eric Chaney ... transportation
Stan Mataele ... transportation
Ron M Neil ... driver
Leroy Reed ... transportation coordinator
Mark Pestonji ... picture car coordinator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Judi Brown ... script supervisor
Sissy Grover ... production coordinator
Yolonda Lawrence ... story editor
Rick Tropasso ... production accountant
David Appelbaum ... assistant to writer (uncredited)
Michael Brown ... assistant to executive producer (uncredited)
Tami Fernholz ... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Jonathan I. Goldstein ... office production assistant (uncredited)
Ahmed Kirdar ... set production assistant (uncredited)
April Prosser ... production assistant: writer (uncredited)
Peter B. Siesennop ... assistant: James Woods (uncredited)
Karl Sonnenberg ... technical advisor (uncredited)
Erin Stern Linares ... production assistant (uncredited)
Marc Turchin ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

An assistant district attorney is found dead in a car, along with a call girl. The investigation leads to Monica Tanner, a madam with a lot of high placed clients. The dead call girl wanted to become a madam herself and used some of Monica's girls and it turns out the assistant district attorney was after the drug dealer that killed them. Monica knew this drug dealer well. Meanwhile, Julie considers going to the next step with Eddie. Written by Marco van Hoof

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Also Known As
  • Dial M for Monica (United States)
Runtime
  • 60 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia There's a scene where Stark (James Woods) and D.A. Devlin (Jeri Ryan) have a meeting in a stairwell about the repercussions, Stark says "...Dean Gorman's death becomes another unsolved L.A. murder, James Ellroy writes another book and we move on." James Woods starred in Cop (1988), which is based upon James Ellroy's novel "Blood on the Moon". See more »
Goofs Sebastian Stark enters his kitchen, loosens his tie, undoes his collar button and walks over to the answer machine and plays the messages. He then walks over to the 'fridge. Next in closer, his tie and collar are fastened tight. The perspective goes back to Stark's entrance with his tie and collar loosened. The fridge part of the scene is repeated in next episode. See more »
Movie Connections References Dial M for Murder (1954). See more »
Crazy Credits The DVD version opening scenes did not show the main actors names. See more »
Quotes [a key witness has just been murdered]
Sebastian Stark: I can fix this just as soon as I figure out how to raise the dead.
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