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|Title to Murder|
|Directed by||Stephen Furst|
|Written by|| Cynthia Tocci |
Laurence Carnes Tocci
|Starring|| Maureen McCormick |
|Edited by||Mark E. Twohig|
|Music by||Richard John Baker|
Deco L.A. Productions
|Distributed by||Alpha Entertainment|
(Cannes Film Festival)
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