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The Monday Film: A Question of Guilt


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Tuesday Weld Ron Liebman
When Doris Winters reports the disappearance of her two small daughters, the police launch a massive search - and eventually discover the children dead. Their mother, who is separated from her husband, is accused of child battering and murder. In an atmosphere of prejudice against her easy-going life style, Doris is put on trial and finds that her morals are the subject of criticism rather than any possible crime. This made-for-TV movie is a controversial and gripping examination of morality and justice in present-day society.
(First showing on British television) Films: page 29


Unknown: Weld Ron Liebman
Unknown: Doris Winters
Play By: Jack Willis
Unknown: Mary Willis
Produced By: Peter Katz
Directed By: Robert Butler
Doris Winters: Tuesday Weld
Det Louis Kazinsky: Ron Liebman
Wharton: Peter Masterson
Mel Duvall: Alex Rocco
Dr Rosen: Viveca Lindfors
Elizabeth Garson: Lana Wood
Herman Golub: Stephen Pearlman
Assistant DA Verrell: Ron Rifkin
Dick Tarcher: David Wilson
Larry Winters: Jim Antonio
McCartney: M Emmett Walsh
Mrs Wharton: Kelly Peters
Miriam Hamlish: Mari Gorman
Mrs Winters: Katherine Bard
Mrs Kazinsky: Lisa Richards

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The Monday Film: A Question of Guilt

BBC One London, 14 January 1980 21.25

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