Live! From Death Row Trailer

Live! From Death Row Trailer (1992)

03 April 1992 94 mins

Convicted killer Laurence Dvorak grants an exclusive last interview to TV newswoman Alana Powers shortly before his scheduled execution. Urbane and unrepentant, he seems almost mild at first. But Dvorak's real intention is revealed when he takes Powers, her crew and two guards hostage, and demands that the television network broadcast an execution - live.

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Cast

Joanna Cassidy

as Alana Powers

Bruce Davison

as Laurence Dvorak

Art LaFleur

as Lockart

Calvin Levels

as Kenny Nevins

Martha Velez

as Sheehan

Martha Velez

as Lorraine

David Bowe

as Durbin

Lee Arenberg

as Griffith

Crew

Don Schiff

Original Music Composer

Tully Winfield

Original Music Composer

Vincent Jefferds

Vincent Jefferds Production Design

Regina O'Brien

Regina O'Brien Set Decoration

Rohn Schmidt

Rohn Schmidt Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 03 April 1992

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