Justin Case (film)
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|Screenplay by||Blake Edwards|
|Story by||Blake Edwards|
|Directed by||Blake Edwards|
|Music by||Henry Mancini|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||71 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Walt Disney Television|
Justin Case is a 1988 television film by Blake Edwards. George Carlin stars as a private investigator named Justin Case. Justin is found dead in his office by Jennifer Spalding (Molly Hagan) who is an out of work dancer there for an interview for a secretary/receptionist position. Justin comes back as a ghost that only Jennifer can see, and convinces her to help unravel the mystery of his murder.
From an idea by Edwards' daughter, actress Jennifer Edwards, a pilot was made for a proposed TV series, however only the pilot was made and plans for a series were later abandoned. The TV movie was produced by the Blake Edwards Company in association with Walt Disney Television.
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