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Cagney and Lacey

Synopsis

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A special feature-length episode which concludes the present series. starring
Turn, Turn, Turn
'A time to build up, a time to break down.'
Lacey's heroism in saving a baby from a burning car makes her an overnight celebrity, but Cagney is placed under a more searching spotlight.
A family tragedy finally explodes months of pressure and uncertainty, but in escaping from the truth, Christine seems set on a course to the same fate....
Written by GEORGIA JEFFRIES
SHELLEY LIST and JONATHAN ESTRIN Directed by SHARRON MILLER
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Contributors

Written By: Georgia Jeffries
Unknown: Jonathan Estrin
Directed By: Sharron Miller
Christine Cagney: Sharon Gless
Mary: Beth Lacey
Lt Samuels: Al Waxman
Det Petrie: Carl Lumbly
Det Isbecki: Martin Kove
Sgt Coleman: Harvey Atkin
Harvey Lacey: John Karlen
Det Corassa: Paul Mantee
Det Esposito: Robert Hegyes
Charlie Cagney: Dick O'Neill
David Keeler: Stephen MacHt
Tony: Barry Sattels
Brian Cagney: David Ackroyd
Donna: Carole Cook






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