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Appointment for a Killing


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True-life story, continuing the Saturday Night Thriller season, starring
Markle Post, Corbin Bernsen
Kelsey Grammer
Joyce Benderman might have forgiven the infidelities of her dentist husband, Stan - until the night he tells her he killed a man. She sees a link between
Stan and a string of unsolved murders, but federal agent Ron McNally needs proof - and Joyce has to engage in perilous pillow talk to get it.
DirectorWilliam A Graham (1993)
* See Films: pages 45-50 ***


Unknown: Corbin Bernsen
Unknown: Kelsey Grammer
Unknown: Joyce Benderman
Unknown: Ron McNally
Joyce Benderman: Markie Post
DrStan Benderman: Corbin Bernsen
Ron McNally: Kelsey Grammer
Duke: Don Swayze
Renata Benderman: Jeanne Cooper
Pat: Laurie O'Brien
Gloria: Suzanne Barnes
Art Lipsky: John Putch

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Appointment for a Killing

BBC One London, 3 February 1996 21.15

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