In the Eyes of a Stranger

In the Eyes of a Stranger

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Director: Michael Toshiyuki Uno, Richard Dean Anderson, Justine Bateman, Cynthia Dale

Cast: Michael Toshiyuki Uno, Richard Dean Anderson, Justine Bateman, Cynthia Dale

     
 
After misplacing their stolen loot, thieves focus on an innocent woman whom they believe knows where it is.

Overview

After misplacing their stolen loot, thieves focus on an innocent woman whom they believe knows where it is.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/04/2004
UPC:
0881273000320
Original Release:
1992
Rating:
NR
Source:
Trinity Home Ent
Time:
1:34:00

Special Features

Interactive menus; Fullscreen presentation; Scene selection; Digitally mastered; Dolby Digital English 2.0 Stereo

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Dean Anderson Jack Rourke
Justine Bateman Lynn Carlson
Cynthia Dale Nancy
Gordon Pinsent Lt. Ted Burk
Colin Fox Richard
William Dunlop Actor
Geza Kovacs Martin
Richard Fitzpatrick Franco
Michael Copeman Actor
Tony de Santis Actor
Michael Rhoades Actor
Denis Akiyama Actor
Ted Hanlan Actor
Larry McLean Actor
Seth Gilliam Actor
Matt Birman Actor
Gerry Mendecino Actor

Technical Credits
Michael Toshiyuki Uno Director
Tom Bahler Score Composer
Tom Baylor Score Composer
Cary Brokaw Executive Producer
Frank Carere Special Effects
Laurie Drew Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter C. Frank Editor
David Geddes Cinematographer
Michael Greenburg Producer
Gavin Mitchell Production Designer
Randy Robinson Co-producer
Warren Taylor Screenwriter
Clare Walker Casting

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. What Did He Say?! [11:26]
2. We Meet Again [14:19]
3. We Found Franco [11:47]
4. What Are You Hiding? [14:15]
5. The Money [11:22]
6. Crooked Cop [8:31]
7. No Turning Back [12:57]
8. Deadly Confrontation/Credits [9:37]

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In the Eyes of a Stranger 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am pretty picky about made for tv movies because they can usually be kind of cheesy, but this movie was amazingly well done. Richard Dean Anderson is a fantastic cop and Justine Bateman plays well off him. The only issue is the DVD cover itself, which does not describe the movie properly. If you love dramas or any of RDA's work(MacGyver or Stargate), you will like this movie.