Deadly Intentions

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Deadly Intentions
Genre Crime
Written by Andrew Peter Marin
Directed by Noel Black
Starring Michael Biehn
Madolyn Smith
Cloris Leachman
Kevin McCarthy
Theme music composer Georges Delerue
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Allen S. Epstein
Ray Green
Producer(s) Neil T. Maffeo
Henry J. Golas (associate producer)
Milton Sperling (supervising producer)
Cinematography Reynaldo Villalobos
Frank Watts
Editor(s) David Blangsted
Robert F. Shugrue
Running time 200 mins
Production company(s) Lorimar Productions
Distributor ABC
Original network ABC
Original release May 19, 1985

Deadly Intentions is a 1985 American made-for-television film. A sequel was released in 1991 titled Deadly Intentions... Again?.


Originally shown in two parts, this four-hour TV movie stars Michael Biehn as Charles Raynor, the outwardly "perfect" doctor husband of Katherine (Madolyn Smith). But Raynor is actually a psychopath, who is carefully plotting the murder of his wife. As the horrible truth slowly dawns upon Katherine, she must find some way to prevent her murder—and to alert disbelieving authorities of her husband's duplicity.


Based on a true story, Deadly Intentions first took shape as a book by William Randolph Stevens.

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