Danielle Steel's A Perfect Stranger

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Danielle Steel's A Perfect Stranger
Directed by Michael Miller
Produced by Douglas S. Cramer
Darren Frankel
Dennis Hammer
Written by Danielle Steel
Jan Worthington
Starring Robert Urich
Stacy Haiduk
Darren McGavin
Susan Sullivan
Holly Marie Combs
Marion Ross
Ron Gabriel
Tamara Gorski
George R. Robertson
Patricia Brown
Music by Lee Holdridge
Yuri Gorbachow
Jeffrey Kimball
Cinematography Mike Fash
Edited by Gordon McClellan
Distributed by The Cramer Company
Release date
September 12, 1994 (1994-09-12)
Running time
105 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Danielle Steel's A Perfect Stranger, also known as A Perfect Stranger (just like the name of the romance novel by Danielle Steel from which the film takes origin) is a 1994 American romantic-drama television film directed by Michael Miller, whose most important element is the love triangle which characterizes it. The special effects were created by Brock Jolliffe. The film is set in San Francisco, California, and was released in the United States in 1994 where it aired on NBC.


Robert Urich is a lawyer who's fallen in love with a woman who's married to a dying millionaire and the whole story results in a love triangle.


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