Love, Lies and Murder

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Love, Lies and Murder
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Genre Drama
Written by Danielle Hill
Directed by Robert Markowitz
Starring Clancy Brown
Sheryl Lee
Moira Kelly
Theme music composer Charles Bernstein
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Jay Benson
Cinematography Isidore Mankofsky
Editor(s) David Beatty
Jerrold D. Ludwig
Running time 240 minutes
Production company(s) Republic Pictures
Two Short Productions
Distributor Lifetime (syndication)
Release
Original network NBC
Original release February 17 (1991-02-17) – February 18, 1991 (1991-02-18)
External links
Website

Love, Lies, and Murder is a 1991 American miniseries starring Clancy Brown, Sheryl Lee, Moira Kelly, Tom Bower, John Ashton, and Cynthia Nixon. It is based on the 1985 murder of Linda Bailey Brown. The names were not changed for the film. The miniseries is four hours long and aired on NBC in two parts, the first on February 17, 1991 and the second on February 18, 1991.[1] Lifetime airs the miniseries.

In 1994 Cinnamon kills her mother by shooting her

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Reception[edit]

Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly gave the film an A- in his review.[2] Love, Lies and Murder was released in DVD format on July 24, 2012. Contrary to what some believe, this DVD version is not a bootleg as it was released by CBS Home Entertainment as a DVD-R which is Manufactured On Demand. Love, Lies and Murder was also released on Home Video on January 27, 1992 as a 2-tape set.

The second part was the second-highest viewed primetime show for the week of February 18-24, 1991. The first part was the 23rd most-watched show of the prior week, where it was beat in the ratings by the special titled Vest Best of Ed Sullivan.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Willman, Chris (February 16, 1991). "A Leisurely Tale of 'Love, Lies, Murder'". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Company. Retrieved January 3, 2011. 
  2. ^ Tucker, Ken (February 15, 1991). "Love, Lies and Murder (1991)". Entertainment Weekly. Time Inc. Retrieved January 3, 2011. 
  3. ^ [ [1] USA Today Ratings Feb 18-24], Tvaholics.com, Retrieved 2 October 2017

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