Knight Moves

Overview

This murder mystery from director Carl Schenkel stars Christopher Lambert Highlander as Peter Sanderson, an expert chess champion. When a woman Sanderson has recently slept with is among several women brutally murdered at a chess tournament, he becomes a suspect. But when the murderer contacts Sanderson and informs him that he's set up a maniacal human chess game, he realizes that he'll have to beat the murderer to stop the killings and clear his own name. Diane Lane plays a psychologist who falls for Sanderson, ...
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Overview

This murder mystery from director Carl Schenkel stars Christopher Lambert Highlander as Peter Sanderson, an expert chess champion. When a woman Sanderson has recently slept with is among several women brutally murdered at a chess tournament, he becomes a suspect. But when the murderer contacts Sanderson and informs him that he's set up a maniacal human chess game, he realizes that he'll have to beat the murderer to stop the killings and clear his own name. Diane Lane plays a psychologist who falls for Sanderson, and Tom Skerritt is the local sheriff investigating the case. Knight Moves won the Critics Award at the 1992 Cognac Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/2/1996
  • UPC: 017153220032
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christopher Lambert Peter Sanderson
Diane Lane Kathy Sheppard
Tom Skerritt Frank Sedman
Daniel Baldwin Andy Wagner
Charles Bailey-Gates David Willerman
Arthur Brauss Viktor Yurilivich
Sam Malkin Doctor Fulton
Codie Lucas Wilbee David 9 years old
Frank C. Turner Doctor
Don Thompson Father
Megan Leitch Mother
Alex Diakun Grandmaster Lutz
Ferdinand "Ferdy" Mayne Jeremy Edmonds
Mark Wilson Newscaster
Kehli O'Byrne Debi Rutledge
Blu Mankuma Steve Nolan
Monica Marko Miss Greenwell
Walter Marsh Chess President
Dwight McFee Technician
Pat Bermel 1st Officer
Elizabeth Barclay Lorraine Olson
Rebecca Toolan Mayor
Freda Perry Attractive Girl
Holly Chester Officer No. 2
Rachel Hayward Last Victim
Deryl Hayes Officer Harton
Marilyn Norry Homesearcher
Thomas Heaton Detective
Technical Credits
Carl Schenkel Director
Gary Pembroke Allen Art Director
Guy Collins Executive Producer
Anne Dudley Score Composer
Deborah Everton Costumes/Costume Designer
Dieter Geissler Co-producer
Norbert Herzner Editor
Trish Keating Costumes/Costume Designer
Christopher Lambert Executive Producer
Dietrich Lohmann Cinematographer
Graham Ludlow Associate Producer
Gordon Mark Producer
Hank McCann Casting
Peter Mills Set Decoration/Design
Brad Mirman Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Graeme Murray Production Designer
T. Michael O'Connor Set Decoration/Design
Margaret Solomon Makeup
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