|Directed by||Bill Condon|
|Produced by||Ed Milkovich
|Written by||Dennis Nemec|
|Music by||Philip Giffin|
|Cinematography||Stephen M. Katz|
|Editing by||Virginia Katz|
|Original airing||May 22, 1993|
|Running time||120 mins.|
Deadly Relations is based on the true crime book Deadly Relations: A True Story of Murder In a Suburban Family by Carol Donahue and Shirley Hall. Donahue and Hall are the daughters of Leonard Fagot, a New Orleans attorney whose obsession with controlling his daughters led to him murdering their husbands for hefty insurance pay outs.
Leonard Fagot has four daughters and loves them so much, that he usurps his control over them. He lets them know how he feels about the men they date. And if he disapproves of them, he probably will have them killed to get them out of his daughters' life.
- Robert Urich as Leonard J. Fagot
- Shelley Fabares as Shirley Fagot
- Gwyneth Paltrow as Carol Ann Fagot Applegarth Holland
- Joy Farmer as Shirley Fagot, Jr.
- Georgia Emelin as Joanne Fagot Westerfield
- Jillian Boyd as Nancy Fagot
- Matthew Perry as George Westerfield
- Tony Higgins as Mike Holland
- Ted Marcoux as Bruce Applegarth
- Roxana Zal as Marty
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