False Identity

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False Identity
False Identity poster.jpg
Directed by James Keach
Produced by Sandra K. Bailey (associate producer)
Jason Clark (supervising producer)
Ted Hartley (executive producer)
James Keach (associate producer)
Jerry Offsay (executive producer)
Dan Sarnoff (co-producer)
James Shavick (producer)
R.W. Wilkinson (associate producer)
Written by Sandra K. Bailey
Starring Stacy Keach
Music by Barry Goldberg
Cinematography Bernard Auroux
Edited by Nancy Frazen
Production
company
Distributed by RKO Pictures
Release date
June 8, 1990
Running time
93 mins.
Country United States
Language English

False Identity is a 1990 film directed by James Keach. It stars Stacy Keach and Geneviève Bujold.[1]

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When Rachel, a radio personality, discovers a Purple Heart at a garage sale she decides to find out its history. She finds that the medal belonged to a man named Harlan Erickson, a long-lost brother of the town’s leading citizen.

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