Mindhunter (2017– )
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Episode #1.9 

Holden's methods during a disturbing interview with mass murderer Richard Speck create dissension among the team and kick off an internal FBI probe.

Director:

David Fincher

Writers:

Joe Penhall (created by), John Douglas (based upon the book by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Sonny Valicenti ... ADT Serviceman
Jonathan Groff ... Holden Ford
Holt McCallany ... Bill Tench
Greg Harpold Greg Harpold ... Prison Guard - Reception #2
Christopher Mann ... Armstrong
Jack Erdie ... Richard Speck
Hannah Gross ... Debbie Mitford
Joe Tuttle ... Gregg Smith
Anna Torv ... Wendy Carr
Enid Graham ... Mrs. Wade
Duke Lafoon ... Detective Chambers
Cotter Smith ... Unit Chief Shepard
Michael Park ... Peter Dean
George R. Sheffey George R. Sheffey ... John Boylen (as George Sheffey)
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Storyline

Holden's methods during a disturbing interview with mass murderer Richard Speck create dissension among the team and kick off an internal FBI probe.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.20 : 1
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Trivia

The prison that the team goes to visit Speck at is actually the former West Virginia State penitentiary in Moundsville. It started life as a Civil War armory and afterwards was converted to a prison. You can still visit, at the east end of the complex, the hole that the prisoners would drop through as they were being executed. These were open to the public until well into the 1930's. See more »

Goofs

In a scene supposedly set in Joliet, Illinois, mountains are clearly visible in the distance. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Holden Ford: [holding Richard Speck newspaper clippings] It's like meeting a movie star.
Bill Tench: Could be as anti-climactic.
Holden Ford: "Crime of the Century."
Bill Tench: Until Charles Whitman two weeks later...
Holden Ford: I remember staring at this wanted poster of him, trying to figure out if I saw him on the street, would I know he was insane?
Bill Tench: You clip all these?
Holden Ford: Everything I could get my hands on. Even went to my neighbors who subscribed to newspapers outside of Milwaukee.
Bill Tench: Holden and his first criminal crush!
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I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You
(uncredited)
Written by Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson
Performed by The Alan Parsons Project
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Betrayal
22 October 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Once again, the psycho at the start. He will do something horrendous soon. This episode has several things going on. Holden is getting in deeper and deeper every moment. He has become a liar and a liability. He sees Debbie and goes to his apartment. Things are tense. While there, the wife of the foot-tickling principal shows up. He has been fired, probably because of Holden's actions. Of course, he could've stopped the tickling if he cared about his future. Now we get to the most serious issue. The redacting of the first few minutes of the Richard Speck interview. Speck has filed a complaint and they need to turn in all their documentation. They lie about the tape and turn in the altered transcript. But Gregg, the innnocent, the non-team player has other plans. Wendy is furious and they become four separated partners. Trust disappears quickly.


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