Her Hidden Truth

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Her Hidden Truth
Her Hidden Truth 1995 Film UK VHS Cover.jpg
UK VHS cover of "Her Hidden Truth"
Genre Thriller
Written by Pamela K. Long
Directed by Dan Lerner
Starring Kellie Martin
Antonio Sabato Jr.
Ken Howard
Theme music composer Patrick Williams
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Stockton Briggle
Pamela K. Long
Producer(s) Anthony Santa Croce
Cinematography Michael Gershman
Editor(s) Victor DuBois
Running time 96 minutes
Production company(s) Ascato TV Inc.
NBC Productions
Distributor NBC
Original network NBC
Original release November 12, 1995 (1995-11-12)

Her Hidden Truth is a thriller/drama television film starring Kellie Martin, Antonio Sabato Jr. and Ken Howard. It was directed by Dan Lerner and written by Pamela K. Long, who was also one of the film's producers.[1] The film first aired on November 12, 1995 on the National Broadcasting Company Network.[2]


Young teenager Billie Calhoun is wrongly accused of setting a deadly arson fire that killed her mother and sister. After years in a juvenile detention center, she requests an early release around the age of 18, but it is denied. During the journey back to the center, she escapes the prison van to find the real killer of her mother and sister. Out on her own, she disguises herself and befriends a young cop named Matt Samoni, and together they set out to uncover the truth.[3][4]



The film stars Kellie Martin as Billie Calhoun, Antonio Sabato Jr. as Det. Matt Samoni and Ken Howard as Jack Devereaux. Others in the film include Reed Diamond as Clay Devereaux, Bruce Weitz as Lt. Ricky Levine, Cindy Pickett as Laney Devereaux and Gordon Clapp as Father Paul.[5]

Today, the film only remains on out-of-print and hard-to-find VHS, released exclusively in the UK via Sony and Odyssey. The release was on May 14, 1997, almost two years after the original American broadcasting.[6] The film has never received a DVD release.[7] In recent times, the movie can often be found unofficially on DVD.

The film's tagline on the UK VHS release reads "Eight years ago Billie was accused of murder, but who really killed her mother?"[7]

The film was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee.[2]

Her Hidden Truth was created by production companies Ascato TV Inc. and NBC Productions.[8]

Critical reception[edit]

Allmovie gave the film two out of five stars.[9]


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