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Stolen from the Womb ()


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A psychotic stalker gives a pregnant woman a labor-inducing drug, then kidnaps her newborn.

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Diane King
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Chelsea Miller
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Rob King
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Paula
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Jesse Miller
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Detective Carson
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Vivian
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Terry
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Nicole
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Dr. Beldon
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Nick
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Dr. Harris
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Nurse Kendall
Tammy Hui ...
Mother
Kathleen Duborg ...
Lamaze Instructor
Toren Atkinson ...
Neighbor
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Yoga Teacher
Adam Abrams ...
Dr. Chang
Xander Damian ...
Baby
Xavier Damian ...
Baby
Elizabeth McLaughlin ...
Obstetrician
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Paramedic
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Receptionist

Directed by

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Terry Ingram

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Vivian Rhodes ... (story)
 
Vivian Rhodes ... (written by) and
Jennifer Notas Shapiro ... (written by) (as Jennifer Notas)

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Jamie Goehring ... producer
Steve A. Kennedy ... associate producer (as Steve Kennedy)
Kevin Leeson ... associate producer
Kevin Leslie ... associate producer
Dan Paulson ... executive producer
Barry Perelman ... executive producer
Jonathan Shore ... supervising producer
Shawn Williamson ... executive producer

Music by

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Matthew Rogers

Cinematography by

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Ron Stannett

Film Editing by

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James Ilecic

Editorial Department

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Brian Guillaudeu ... Promo Editor
Lorne Wright ... colorist

Casting By

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Maureen A. Arata

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Rick Whitfield

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Janessa Hitsman

Costume Design by

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Beverley Wowchuk

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Joanne Kinchella ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Trevor McWhinney ... unit manager

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Kevin Leslie ... first assistant director

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Dwayne Campbell ... set dresser
Ashley Mendoza ... assistant property master
Donna Smith ... property master

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Leonardo A. Barragán ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Belen ... foley editor
Ken Cade ... sound designer
Rob Coxford ... re-recording mixer / sound editor
Mike Kovac ... walla performer
Shawn Miller ... sound mixer
Peter Mulholland ... boom operator
Sandra Portman ... dialogue editor
Iris Posada ... Additional ADR Coordinator
Martin Quiñones ... adr recordist
Sylvia Zaradic ... walla director

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Robert Musnicki ... special effects assistant

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Bill Baxter ... gaffer
Adam Buhler ... lighting technician
Bray Jorstad ... best boy electric
Niko Toribio ... lighting technician

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Maureen Webb ... casting: Canada

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jessica Kalan ... assistant costume designer
Dani Malsbury ... truck costumer

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Natasha Duprey ... music supervisor

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Arielle Boisvert ... assistant to executive producer

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Plot Summary

Inspired by true events, Diane and Rob King are thrilled over the news of Diane's pregnancy. Chelsey Miller, a woman desperate to have a baby, discovers that she's unable to have one of her own, and stalks the unsuspecting Diane with the intentions of stealing her baby. When Diane's due date approaches, Chelsey kidnaps her and gives her a labor-inducing drug, forcing Diane to deliver the baby. Chelsey takes the baby and Diane is found alive. Now Diane and Rob must do everything they can to find their newborn, who has a rare congenital condition that needs to be treated immediately, before it is too late. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines She wanted the perfect life, so she took it. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Un oeil sur mon bébé (France)
  • Robado al nacer (Spain)
  • Roubado no Útero (Brazil)
  • Rapito alla nascita (Italy)
  • Empty Cradle
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  • 84 min
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