Every Mother's Worst Fear
|Every Mother's Worst Fear|
|Directed by||Bill L. Norton|
|Produced by||John L. Roman|
|Written by||John Robert Bensink|
|Music by||Joseph Conlan|
|Edited by||Hibah Frisina|
Every Mother's Worst Fear is a 1998 American television movie starring Cheryl Ladd, Jordan Ladd and Ted McGinley. This film is a cautionary story of cyberspace, kidnapping and the dangers of chat rooms.
Martha Hoagland (Jordan Ladd) is a 16-year-old girl suffering through her parents' (Cheryl Ladd, Robert Wisden) recent divorce. Her mother is working long hours. Martha has recently been dumped by her highschool boyfriend. Feeling lonely and seeking solace, Martha turns to an online chat room. Martha believes she is chatting with a young man who cares for her, when in reality she is chatting with an internet predator involved in a cyber-kidnapping ring (Ted McGinley). Martha, who has told her online chat friend that she is 21, is lured to join her new "friend". When the investigation starts, he claims he never sent her a ticket. The police, the FBI, and an experienced computer hacker help Martha's mother Connie to rescue her 16 year old daughter from the "Scanman."
- Cheryl Ladd as Connie Hoagland
- Jordan Ladd as Martha Hoagland
- Robert Wisden as Jeff Hoagland
- Tom Butler as Agent Weatherby
- Ted McGinley as Scanman
- Blu Mankuma as Detective Maris
- Treat Williams as Mitch Carson (uncredited)
- Chiara Zanni as Sherry
- Vincent Gale as Drew Pederson
- Brendan Fehr as Alan
- Don Thompson as Martin Penny "Skokie"
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