Murder in Texas
|Murder in Texas|
|Directed by||William Hale|
|Produced by||Dick Clark (executive producer)
Preston Fischer (executive producer)
William Hale (producer) (as Billy Hale)
John A. Martinelli (associate producer)
|Written by||Ann Kurth (book)
|Music by||Leonard Rosenman|
|Cinematography||Donald M. Morgan|
|Editing by||John A. Martinelli|
|Production company||Dick Clark Productions|
|Running time||200 min|
Murder in Texas is a 1981 television film that starred Katharine Ross, Sam Elliott, Farrah Fawcett, and Andy Griffith. The film was directed by William Hale, and was based on a true story; that was written for the TV screen by John McGreevey.
Based on a true story, this film tells of a plastic surgeon who was suspected of causing the death of his first wife, the daughter of a wealthy member of Houston society. The doctor then marries his mistress. His former father-in-law, convinced that his daughter was murdered, determines to see that the doctor is punished.
- Katharine Ross as Ann Kurth Hill
- Sam Elliott as Dr. John Hill
- Farrah Fawcett as Joan Robinson Hill
- Andy Griffith as Ash Robinson
- G. W. Bailey as Richard "Racehorse" Haynes
- Barry Corbin as Dist. Atty. McMasters
- Pamela Myers as Mary
- Craig T. Nelson as Jack Ramsey
- Royce Wallace as Wilma
- Dimitra Arliss as Gina Meier
- Jude Farese as Casselli
- Philip Sterling as Dr. Helpern
- Vernon Weddle as Dr. Joe
- Lesley Woods as Reah Robinson
- Parley Baer as Ann's attorney
Murder in Texas was nominated for a 1982 Golden Globe Award for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV. In addition, Andy Griffith received his only Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Ash Robinson.
- "Murder in Texas (1981)(TV) - Awards". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-08-13.
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