|Genre|| Crime |
|Based on||After the Trial|
by Eric Roman
|Written by||John Neufeld|
|Directed by||E.W. Swackhamer|
|Starring|| Cloris Leachman |
|Music by||Laurence Rosenthal|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Producers|| Aaron Spelling |
|Running time||74 minutes|
|Production companies|| Spelling-Goldberg Productions |
20th Century Fox Television
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