Prime Suspect: The Lost Child Trailer

Prime Suspect: The Lost Child Trailer (1995)

08 October 1995 Drama, Crime, TV Movie 101 mins

Supt. Tennison orchestrates a search for an abducted baby, but events take a turn for the worst when personal emotions cause complications.

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Helen Mirren

as Supt. Jane Tennison

Beatie Edney

as Susan Covington

Robert Glenister

as Chris Hughes

Lesley Sharp

as Anne Sutherland

David Phelan

as DC Pride

John Benfield

as DCS Kernan

Tony Rohr

as DS McColl

Mark Bazeley

as DC Aplin

Stuart Wilson

as Dr. Patrick Schofield

David Ryall

as Oscar Bream


John Madden


International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 08 October 1995

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