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The Two Mr. Kissels is a 2008 American made-for-television true crime drama film directed by Ed Bianchi and starring John Stamos, Anson Mount, Gretchen Egolf and Robin Tunney. It chronicles the lives and murders of brothers Robert and Andrew Kissel. It originally premiered on Lifetime on November 15, 2008.

The Two Mr. Kissels
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Written byMaria Nation
Directed byEd Bianchi
StarringJohn Stamos
Anson Mount
Robin Tunney
Gretchen Egolf
Music byReinhold Heil
Johnny Klimek
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Dan Wigutow
Producer(s)Terry Gould
John Stamos
CinematographyTeodoro Maniaci
Editor(s)David Ray
Running time86 minutes
Production company(s)Dan Wigutow Productions
Lifetime Network
DistributorLifetime
Release
Original networkLifetime
Original releaseDecember 11, 2006 (2006-12-11)

Contents

PlotEdit

The film starts with the murder of narrator Andrew Kissel (John Stamos), and is told through a series of flashbacks and documentary interviews, telling the story of how embezzling real estate mogul Andrew and his younger Wall Street broker brother, Robert (Anson Mount) meet their untimely ends. The two men compete for the affection of their disapproving father, and try to one-up each other with Robert marrying social climber Nancy (Robin Tunney) and having three children, while Andrew marries TV news analyst Haley (Gretchen Egolf). Nancy starts having an affair and kills her husband in Hong Kong, while Andrew starts doing drugs. Nancy is convicted for Robert's murder and sentenced to life in a Hong Kong women's prison, while Andrew's driver Juan Castillo is arrested for Andrew's murder. Nancy and Robert's daughters are in the custody of his sister, while Haley starts using her maiden name and returns to work.

CastEdit

  • John Stamos as Andrew Kissel
  • Anson Mount as Robert Kissel
  • Robin Tunney as Nancy Kissel
  • Gretchen Egolf as Haley Kissel
  • Chuck Shamata as Bill Kissel
  • Tea Jacobson as Deborah Kissel
  • London Angelis as young Andrew Kissel
  • John Fleming as young Robert Kissel
  • Elizabeth Hart as young Deborah Kissel
  • Carlos Gonzalez-Vio as Juan Castillo

ReferencesEdit

  • Fries, Laura (November 12, 2008). "Review: The Two Mr. Kissels". Variety. Retrieved February 25, 2015.

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