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TheStepford Husbands


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' Thriller starring
Donna Mills
Michael Ontkean
Jodi and Mick Davison , a couple experiencing some marital problems, move to Stepford, Connecticut, hopingthatthe change of scenery will help rejuvenate their relationship.
But the women of the town have plotted to mould husbands into their version of perfect men - sometimes with deadly results.
Director Fred Walton (1996)
♦ See Films: pages 50-58 **


Unknown: Donna Mills
Unknown: Michael Ontkean
Unknown: Mick Davison
Director: Fred Walton
Jodi Davison: Donna Mills
Mick Davison: Michael Ontkean
Dr Frances Borzage: Sarah Douglas
Mariam Benton: Louise Fletcher
Caroline Knox: Cindy Williams
Dennis Knox: Joe Inscoe
Gordon Hayes: Jeffrey Pillars
Usa Hayes: Caitlin Clarke
Scotty: Christopher Mallon
Doctor: Paul Sincoff
Cameron Wallace: Terry Loughlin

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