Talk to Me (1996 film)

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Talk to Me
Directed byGraeme Campbell
Written byDan Bronson
Produced byJohn Perrin Flynn
Jim Lichtenstein
StarringYasmine Bleeth,
Veronica Hamel,
Peter Scolari,
Jenny Lewis,
Brenda Devine,
Dawn Greenhalgh,
Ricky Paull Goldin
CinematographyRichard Leiterman
Edited byLance Luckey
Music byPeter Manning Robinson
Release date
  • October 20, 1996 (1996-10-20)
Running time
120 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Talk to Me is a 1996 made-for-TV drama film directed by Graeme Campbell and starring Yasmine Bleeth and Ricky Paull Goldin. The film aired on the ABC network.

Plot[edit]

Diane Shepherd is an idealistic talk-show producer, who is conscience-stricken, when she clashes with her ratings-obsessed and ruthless talk-show executive boss. Diane is forced to produce a tantalizing program about a prostitute which potentially harms the prostitute, who is trying to turn her life around.

Kelly Reilly is a teenaged mother whose life is exposed on The Howard Grant Show. Kelly desperately wants to lead a normal life, but society is dragging her back down.

Cast[edit]

  • Yasmine Bleeth as Diane Shepherd
  • Jenny Lewis as Kelly Reilly
  • Peter Scolari as Howard Grant
  • Ricky Paull Goldin as Dwayne
  • Veronica Hamel as Sadie
  • Brenda Devine as Jeri Lonigan
  • Dawn Greenhalgh as Brenda Reilly
  • Robin Brille as Lucille-Ann
  • Dorion Davis as Krystal
  • Tracy Dawson as Thelma
  • Heather Dick as Kathleen
  • Terri Drennan as Bo-Peep
  • D. Garnet Harding as Alan
  • Kate Hennig as Stacy
  • Karen Hines as Myra
  • Lisa Hynes as Wanda
  • Martin Julien as Randy
  • Brian Kaulback as Cameraman
  • Scott Wickware as Bill
  • Marilyn Smith as Lana
  • Laina Timberg as Joey
  • R.D. Reid as Vernon
  • Martin Roach as Alex
  • Cliff Saunders as Chyron
  • Alison Sealy-Smith as Miriam
  • Shakura S'Aida as Scarecrow
  • James Kidnie as Redneck
  • Walter Alza as Pusher
  • Suzanne Coy as Prostitute
  • Dominic Cuzzocrea as Driver
  • Reg Dreger as Manager #2
  • Sam Malkin as Director
  • Ralph Small as Manager #1
  • Jeff Topping as Son
  • Anne Wessels as Elegant Woman
  • Louis Wrightman as Junkie
  • Kevin Jubinville
  • Philip Akin
  • Brad Austin
  • Alex Carter
  • Kirsten Kieferle
  • Stavroula Logothettis
  • Peter Manning Robinson

Production credits[edit]

  • Graeme Campbell (Director)
  • Dan Bronson (Writer)
  • Steve White (Executive Producer)
  • Jim Lichtenstein (Co-Executive Producer)
  • John Perrin Flynn (Producer)
  • Megan Callaway (Co-producer)

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