Linda (1993 film)

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Linda is a 1993 TV film based on a novella by John D. MacDonald. It is the second adaptation of that work.

Genre Crime
Written by John D. MacDonald (novella "Linda")
Nevin Schreiner (teleplay)
Directed by Nathaniel Gutman
Starring Richard Thomas
Virginia Madsen
Ted McGinley
Theme music composer David Michael Frank
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Bob Roe (producer)
Cinematography Bryan England
Editor(s) Karen I. Stern
Running time 100 min.
Production company(s) Wilshire Court Productions
Distributor USA Network
Original network USA Network
Original release October 8, 1993

Plot Summary[edit]

Two couples, the Cowleys and the Jeffries, have been friends for about a year. They spend so much time together they decide to vacation together in Florida. Jeff and Linda are secretly having an affair. They spend so much time together that their spouses become suspicious. Events spiral out of control. One spouse is dead and another is shot. The one innocent person is framed for murder.


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