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Dead Silent (1999)

Dead Silent





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On the eve of her seventh birthday, little Amanda Meyer (Arlen Aguayo-Stewart) bears witness to the gory spectacle of her parents' murder. So traumatized is Amanda that she is struck mute, unable to communicate in any manner, though she does demonstrate affection towards her favorite doll. Though now under the care of her aunt and tutor Dr. Julia Kerbridge (Catherine Mary Stewart), Amanda is still not out of danger, thanks to sinister figures who intend to get their hands on her doll -- and to extract the valuable corporate secrets for which her parents were killed. Meanwhile, Julia begins to have her doubts about the sincerity of her handsome and convivial neighbor, Kevin Finney (Rob Lowe). Evidently inspired by the 1967 Audrey Hepburn vehicle Wait Until Dark, the made-for-cable Dead Silent debuted over the Lifetime channel on March 27, 2000 -- ironically the same night that ABC offered the premiere of the TV biopic The Audrey Hepburn Story. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovimore
Rating: R
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
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Written By: Paul Koval, Ed Fitzgerald
On DVD: Mar 6, 2001

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Rob Lowe
as Kevin Finney
Catherine Mary Stewa...
as Julia Kerbridge
Larry Day
as Sitton
Mark Camacho
as Lt. Sam Waterton
NoŽl Burton
as Dr. Gerald Rodale
Jeannie Walker
as Police Psychiatrist
Walter Massey
as Nate Henderson
Ron Torchia
as Larry Meyer
Peter Colvey
as Dr. Ettiger
Rebecca Dewey
as Susan Lewin
Brent Donnelly
as Mark Levin
Tara Girard
as Elizabeth Meyer
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