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Murder One: Brotherly Love


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Judd Hirsch
Karen Carlson
George Dzundza
Ben Ryder is a happy man - happy in his
1 work and happy with his family. But Ben is in for a shock - who is sending his wife expensive presents and getting him into trouble at work? Somebody who looks just like him - surely it can't be his twin brother Harry who was locked up for murder all those years ago?
Screenplay by ERNEST TIDYMAN Based on the novel by WILLIAM D BLANKENSHIP
0 FILMS: page 16


Unknown: Judd Hirsch
Unknown: Karen Carlson
Unknown: George Dzundza
Unknown: Ben Ryder
Play By: Ernest Tidyman
Produced By: Andrew Gottueb
Directed By: Jeff Bleckner
Ben Ryder/Harry Ryder: Judd Hirsch
Donna Ryder: Karen Carlson
Det Conde: George Dzundza
Det Trelska: Barry Primus
Genovese: Anthony Charnota
Anthony Scarnato: Ron Karabatsos
Tina: Lori Lethin
Rafferty: Josef Sommer
Sharon Ryder: Estee Chandler
Jeff Ryder: Matt Dill
Greg Anderson: John Demita
David Salinger: Martin Doyle

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