Cagney & Lacey: The View Through the Glass Ceiling Trailer

Cagney & Lacey: The View Through the Glass Ceiling Trailer (1995)

25 October 1995 Crime

Cagney and Lacey work a case involving police corruption and document forgery. Chris seeks a prestigious promotion, while Mary Beth has to deal with the return of her sickly, aged father.

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Cast

Tyne Daly

as Mary Beth Lacey

Sharon Gless

as Christine Cagney

George Coe

as Dan Broadbent

Lynne Thigpen

as Captain Gigi Gardenas

Chip Zien

as Assistant DA Douglas Trayne

Sandra Oh

as Officer Angela Lum

Mark Melymick

as Tom Cornell

Richard Bradford

as Martin Zibiski

John Karlen

as Harvey Lacey

International Releases Dates

United States 25 October 1995

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