Fourth Story Trailer

Fourth Story Trailer (1991)

19 January 1991

Valerie's husband Darryl leaves for work as usual, but never returns. She hires private eye Shepard to find him. Soon he discovers that David had a second identity and obviously doesn't want to be found. But since Shepard is strongly attracted to the pretty Valerie, he investigates further and gets involved more than professionally.

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Cast

Mark Harmon

as David Shepard

Mimi Rogers

as Valerie McCoughlin

Paul Gleason

as Lt. Hank Petkavich

Michael Boatman

as Sgt. Teal

Cliff DeYoung

as Darryl McCoughlin

Crew

Ivan Passer

Director

Tony Imi

Tony Imi Cinematography

International Releases Dates

United States 19 January 1991

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