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Bed of Lies (film)

Bed of Lies is a 1992 American made-for-television drama film starring Susan Dey and Chris Cooper.[1] Based on the book by Steve Salerno.

Bed of Lies
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Promotional poster
GenreDrama
Written byJohn Ireland
Steve Salerno
Directed byWilliam A. Graham
StarringSusan Dey
Chris Cooper
G. W. Bailey
Mary Kay Place
Fred Dalton Thompson
Music byDavid Shire
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Bernard Sofronski
David L. Wolper
Producer(s)Andrew Gottlieb
Gordon Wolf (associate producer)
Production location(s)Austin, Texas
Bastrop, Texas
Lockhart, Texas
CinematographyIsidore Mankofsky
Editor(s)Christopher Nelson
Running time100 min
Production company(s)Elliot Friedgen & Company
DistributorABC
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseJanuary 20, 1992

Contents

PlotEdit

Based on the true story, Bed of Lies tells the story of Vicky Moore, a low born Texas waitress, marries Price Daniel Jr., the son of Texas governor Price Daniel, thinking she is going to live happily ever after. She realizes that her husband is an alcoholic, drug addict, and abusive husband which eventually leads to her husband's shooting death. She is accused of murder and fights for custody of her children.

CastEdit

  • Susan Dey as Vickie Daniel
  • Chris Cooper as Price Daniel, Jr.
  • G. W. Bailey as Zeke Zbranek
  • John Anderson as Price Daniel
  • Tom Nolan as Larry Moore
  • Fred Dalton Thompson as Richard "Racehorse" Haynes
  • Mary Kay Place as Jean Daniel Murph
  • Tony Frank as Sheriff Eckols
  • Sharon Bunn as Comelia
  • James Hansen Prince as Houston Daniel
  • Shawn Toovey as Joel Moore
  • Amy Untermeyer as Kate Moore
  • Dollie Cole as Jeanie 'Mama' Daniel
  • Janet Graham as Doctor
  • Nancy Drotning as Charlotte Daniel
  • John S. Davies as Reverend Murph
  • Cynthia Dorn as Dorothy Williams
  • Randy Moore as Judge
  • Jon Bruno as Jerry Bond
  • Eleese Lester as Saleslady
  • Eric Hart as Bailiff
  • Bill Hagy as Deputy
  • Starla Benford as Lady Reporter
  • Doug Taylor as Man at Party
  • Dereck Williams as Jimmy
  • Jill Parker-Jones as Girl at Dairy Cool
  • Jerry Biggs as Workman
  • Kathleen Couser as Elaine

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Depressing rerun movies of the week". The Tuscaloosa News. July 3, 1995.

External linksEdit

Bed of Lies on IMDb