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My wife and I like thrillers like this where you don't know until the end who the killer is and one that has many potential killers. Daniel Baldwin, Jennifer Beals, Bill Macey and Kurtwood Smith were all excellent but the person who stole the movie for me was the sheriff played by that weasel Kent Williams, who was such a pain in the neck for Mike Hammer. Williams has that ability to very exasperating all the time. This was a good Sat. afternoon movie with a large box of popcorn.
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