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An Inconvenient Woman


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The first of a two-part mini-series about the dark side of life among the Los Angeles monied elite. Based on the best-selling novel by Dominick Dunne. Starring Jason Robards Jill Eikenberry
Rebecca De Mornay
Wealthy socialite and gossip
Hector Paradiso lies dead in his
Hollywood home. First at the scene is billionaire financier
Jules Mendelson who uses his considerable influence to pervert justice. But visiting New York author
Philip Quennell is determined that such power should be checked and resolves to get at the truth, no matter who gets hurt.
The cast is full of familiar faces.
Jill Eikenberry is better known for her role as Ann Kelsey in LA Law, Peter Gallagher was in Sex, Lies and Videotape and Rebecca De Mornay recently caused a stir in The Hand That
Rocks the Cradle. Elaine Stritch and Roddy McDowall are among those in supporting roles. For cast list and part 2 see tomorrow at 9.30pm. ● STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● DRAMA: page 4


Novel By: Dominick Dunne.
Unknown: Jason Robards
Unknown: Jill Eikenberry
Unknown: Hector Paradiso
Unknown: Jules Mendelson
Unknown: Philip Quennell
Unknown: Jill Eikenberry
Unknown: Ann Kelsey
Unknown: Peter Gallagher
Unknown: Elaine Stritch
Unknown: Roddy McDowall

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An Inconvenient Woman

BBC One London, 11 August 1992 21.30

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