Frame Up (1991)

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A young mens' hazing turns to murder in this crime drama set in a small town run by a powerful businessman. The victim was beaten to death with a monogrammed baseball bat, and later the head-killer tried to make it seem as if the young man was run down by the car of Frank Govers, a traveling salesman. Sheriff Ralph Baker begins investigating and finds his hands figuratively tied at every turn by the town fathers, particularly the powerful Will Curran. Baker does believe that Govers was framed, but the salesman, who has his own dubious past to protect takes off and ends up hiding out in the cabin of a teen-age wife whose husband has left her. Meanwhile Sheriff Baker arrests Will Curran's son Don, the guilty party in the murder. Back at the cabin, two fugitives from prison burst into the cabin and take the hapless salesman hostage. Things look pretty bleak at this point until Curran breaks his son out of jail and heads for the hills to cut a deal with the escaped convicts.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Poor Robert Productions

Cast

Bobby Di Cicco
as Mick J. August
Wings Hauser
as Ralph Baker
Frances Fisher
as Jo Westlake
Robert Picardo
as Frank Govers
Dick Sargent
as Will Curran
Morgan Jones
as Dr. Cantwell
Tom Hodges
as Don Curran
Roger Hewlett
as Merlin
Kris Kamm
as Jack
Ben Reed
as Rick MacDonald
Adam Biesk
as David Farmer
Joseph Medalis
as Bill Marsh
John Moskoff
as Thompson
Taldo Kenyon
as Leo Dokes
Rick Stanley
as Fred Jenks
John C. Moskoff
as Thompson
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