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|Every Mother's Worst Fear|
|Written by||John Robert Bensink|
|Directed by||Bill L. Norton|
|Starring|| Cheryl Ladd |
|Music by||Joseph Conlan|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|Producer||John L. Roman|
|Running time||92 minutes|
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