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Beverly Hills Connection


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James Brolin Lisa Hartman
David Hemmings
Laramie, Wyoming is a quiet town where the most the local cops have to handle is the odd cattle rustler. But when detective Mandy Ryder 's friend Debra Lee is murdered on a weekend away from Los Angeles, Mandy flies down to Beverly Hills to investigate. The glitzy designer world of Hollywood - where everyone is in the movies, even the doormen - is the setting for this fast-moving and light-hearted thriller.
Screenplay by RICK HUSKY Produced by RICK HUSKY Directed by COREY ALLEN
(First showing on British television)
* FILMS: page 19


Unknown: James Brolin
Unknown: Lisa Hartman
Unknown: David Hemmings
Unknown: Mandy Ryder
Unknown: Debra Lee
Play By: Rick Husky
Produced By: Rick Husky
Directed By: Corey Allen
Harry Wilde: James Brolin
Amanda Ryder: Lisa Hartman
Ian Blaze: David Hemmings
Josh Ryder: Stuart Whitman
Christine Woodward: Irena Ferris
Jimmy Blue: Michael C. Gwynne
Karen Moore: Alexa Hamilton
Capt Max Rosenberg: Laneb Smith
Rod: Drake Hogestyn
Victor DeLucci: Aharon Ipale
Dr Kenner: John McCook

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Beverly Hills Connection

BBC One London, 4 May 1987 20.40

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