Love's Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder

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Love's Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder (Swearing Allegiance)
DVD cover of the movie Swearing Allegiance.jpg
DVD cover showing DVD-version title
Directed by Richard A. Colla
Produced by Megan Callaway
John Perrin Flynn
Starring Holly Marie Combs
David Lipper
Cassidy Rae
Dee Wallace
Gary Grubbs
Kurt Fuller
Joanna Garcia
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Edited by Joe Hutshing
David Brenner
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • December 20, 1997 (1997-12-20)
Running time
145 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $14,000,000
Box office $161,001,698 (worldwide)

Love's Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder (DVD title: Swearing Allegiance) is a 1997 American drama television film based on real life murder of Adrianne Jones by Diane Zamora in Texas. The film stars Holly Marie Combs (as Zamora), David Lipper, Cassidy Rae (as Jones), Dee Wallace, Gary Grubbs, Kurt Fuller, and Joanna Garcia. The film was adapted from "The Killer Cadets", an article in Texas Monthly by Skip Hollandsworth, and aired on NBC.

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The story is that of the real-life case of David Graham and Diane Zamora. It revolves around two best friends who turn out to be soul mates and who swear to stay together forever and ever, even to the point where Graham's apparently confessed infidelity leads to the couple's murder of the girl with whom he purportedly cheated.

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Controversy[edit]

The film was broadcast prior to trial, which raised the objections of the lawyers for the defendants, as they were concerned that it may prevent the defendants from receiving a fair trial. The parents of the victim also raised objections about the film.[1]

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