Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost
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|Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost|
|Based on||the Jesse Stone novels
by Robert B. Parker
|Directed by||Dick Lowry|
|Theme music composer||Jeff Beal|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||7 of 9|
|Producer(s)||Steven J. Brandman|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Brandman Productions|
|Distributor||Sony Pictures Television|
|Preceded by||No Remorse (2010)|
|Followed by||Benefit of the Doubt (2012)|
Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost is a 2011 American television crime drama film directed by Dick Lowry and starring Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker, and Kohl Sudduth. Based on the characters from the Jesse Stone novels created by Robert B. Parker, the film is about the retired police chief of a small New England town who investigates the suspicious death of a young friend while the police force deals with the arrogant new police chief who is the son-in-law of a town councilman. Filmed on location in Nova Scotia, the story is set in the fictitious town of Paradise, Massachusetts. Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost is the seventh in a series of nine television films based on the characters of Parker's Jesse Stone novels. The film first aired on the CBS television network on May 22, 2011.
After being replaced as the chief of police in Paradise, Massachusetts by the town council president's son-in-law, William Butler (Jeff Geddis), Jesse Stone is still without a full-time job (though he vows to one day be reinstated). Nevertheless, he continues to find ways to pursue investigations into two separate murders: one involves a friend with whom he had lost contact, and the other has him working as a consulting investigator for the Massachusetts State Police Homicide Division on a case involving a robbery and murder suspect. Both Jesse and his friend, State Police Captain Healy (Stephen McHattie), have doubts as to the robbery/murder suspect's guilt. All the while, Jesse deals with tensions between Butler, who expects him to give up his "concealed carry" gun permit, but who is informed, by Rose Gammon (Kathy Baker), that as a retired (not fired) police officer that he has a federally mandated right to "concealed carry" for life. His problems with his ex-wife, and drinking issues are still present.
- Tom Selleck as Jesse Stone
- Kathy Baker as Police Officer Rose Gammon
- Kohl Sudduth as Police Officer Luther "Suitcase" Simpson
- Gloria Reuben as Thelma Gleffey
- Stephen McHattie as Captain Healy, State Police Homicide Commander
- William Sadler as Gino Fish
- Mark Blum as Dr. Noble Parkinson
- Eileen Boylan as Cindy Van Alden
- Mike Erwin as Lewis Lipinsky
- Jeff Geddis as William Butler
- Rae Ritke as Jacqueline Van Aldan
- Kerri Smith as Sister Mary John
- Val Ovtcharov as Valery Siminov
- Stacey Smith as Administrator
- Saul Rubinek as Hasty Hathaway
- William Devane as Dr. Dix (Jesse's psychiatrist)
- Benjamin Charles Watson as Charles Morris
- Dylan Roberts as Public Defender
- Molly Dunsworth as Emily
- Christine Tizzard as Amanda
- Jeremy Akerman as Councilman Carter Hanson
- Joe the Dog as Reggie
- Gil Anderson as Jenn (voice)
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Unlike the first four films in the Jesse Stone series, Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost is not based on one of Robert B. Parker's novels. The screenplay was written by Tom Selleck and Michael Brandman. This was their second collaboration on an original Jesse Stone screenplay.
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- "Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved July 31, 2012.
- "Locations for Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved July 31, 2012.
- "Full cast and crew for Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved July 31, 2012.