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Murder One: Prime Suspect

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
starring Mike Farrell
Teri Garr
Frank Staplin , a likeable, successful 38-year-old businessman, finds himself in a - waking nightmare when he becomes the chief suspect in a child murder case. Circumstantial evidence, coincidence and hasty assumptions seem to prove he is the 'Golden Girl Killer'. Frank knows he's innocent, but with the police against him and an unscrupulous TV newsteam snapping at his heels, time is running out....
Written by DOUGLAS GRAHAM Produced by STEVE TISCH and JON AVNET Directed by NOEL BLACK
(First showing on British television)
• IN THE PICTURE: page 25

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Farrell
Unknown: Teri Garr
Unknown: Frank Staplin
Written By: Douglas Graham
Produced By: Steve Tisch
Produced By: Jon Avnet
Directed By: Noel Black
Frank Staplin: Mike Farrell
Amy McCleary: Teri Garr
Janice Staplin: Veronica Cartwright
Tom Keating: Lane Smith
Bob Austin: Barry Corbin
John Malloy: James Sloyan
McKinney: Charles Aidman
Curry: Matthew Faison
Sgt Mendoza: Ron Joseph
Sonia Lindstrom: Nan Martin
Farmer: Peter Hobbs
DA Elliot Lyman: Terry Kiser






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