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Deadly Intentions


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The first of a two-part drama based on a true story of a marriage that turned into a nightmare. Starring Michael Biehn
Katherine Livanos lives a charmed life in a suburb of Albuquerque, where she hosts a children's TV show. Her family approves of her growing courtship with medical student Charles Raynor and after an impetuous proposal she agrees to become his wife - a decision which almost costs her her life.
First showing on network television. Part 2 is tomorrow at 9.30pm.
Director Noel Black
0 DRAMA: page 4
• FILMS: page 55-64


Unknown: Michael Biehn
Unknown: Katherine Livanos
Unknown: Charles Raynor
Director: Noel Black
Charles Raynor: Michael Biehn
Katherine Livanos: Madolyn Smith
Charlotte Raynor: Cloris Leachman
Anna Livanos: Morgan Aking
Alex Livanos: Jack Kruschen
Carol Durdin: Susan Wheeler Duff
Garner: Cliff de Young
Tom Horner: Edward Edwards
DrReston: Bruce French
Sam Walton: Arthur Rosenberg
Sally Raynor: Kimber Lybeck
Judge: Matthew Faison

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