The Stepsister Trailer

The Stepsister Trailer (1997)

"In this family, murder is relative." 07 May 1997 Drama, TV Movie 91 mins

A young psych major uses her wits to expose the deadly intentions of her father's new bride and the woman's conniving daughter.

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Cast

Rena Sofer

as Darcy Canfield Ray

Bridgette Wilson

as Melinda Harrison

Richard Joseph Paul

as Dr. Victor Ray

Donnelly Rhodes

as Professor Jeffrey Thurston

Don S. Davis

as Detective Church

Alan Rachins

as Dr. Derek Canfield

Linda Evans

as Joan Curtis Shaw Canfield

Charles Siegel

as Skolsky

Alexander Pollock

as Brian Harrison

Lynda Boyd

as Margaret 'Maggie' Curtis

Freda Perry

as Sheila

Tosca Baggoo

as Officer Sanders

Cheryl Wilson

as Dr. Donna Canfield

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 07 May 1997

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