Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up Trailer

Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up Trailer (1994)

27 December 1994 Action 92 mins

The bank president in a small California town isn't quite the upstanding citizen he appears to be--he's a corrupt killer, who has just kidnapped the wife and daughter of the local sheriff.

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Cast

Margaux Hemingway

as Jean Searage

Wings Hauser

as Sheriff Baker

John Saxon

as Charles Searage

Patti D'Arbanville

as Barbara Griffin

Frances Fisher

as Jo Baker

Peter Kwong

as David Wong

Crew

Paul Leder

Director

Vladek Juszkiewicz

Vladek Juszkiewicz Associate Producer

Paul Leder

Paul Leder Producer

Carol M. Rossi

Carol M. Rossi Executive Producer

Kent L. Wakeford

Kent L. Wakeford Cinematography

International Titles

Tödliches Spiel Trailer

Deadly Conspiracy Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 27 December 1994

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