Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance

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In this fifth TV movie based on the character of incorruptible Chicago detective Jack Reed, Brian Dennehy once again wears two hats as both star and director. A multiple murder has occurred in a suburban cemetery in broad daylight. Most of the victims are Russian immigrants, whose friends and relatives refuse to cooperate in the investigation conducted by Jack Reed (Dennehy). As he pursues the case, Reed learns that the central figure in the mystery is a militant Russian who is organizing several of his fellow émigrés into his own army. Meanwhile, Reed must also contend with influential mayoral candidate Gordon Thomas (Joe Morton), whose minions are strong-arming the department to drop vehicular homicide charges against his son. Despite his tawdry surroundings, Reed retains his patented wicked sense of humor, especially when reciting the required Miranda rights while cuffing perpetrators ("You've got the right to cable TV, and the right to free counseling by Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins.") Jack Reed: Death and Vengeance made its NBC debut on November 17, 1996.

Cast

Brian Dennehy
as Deputy Sheriff Jack Reed, Jack Reed
Charles S. Dutton
as Lt. Charles Silvera
Anthony Zerbe
as Sanford Miller
Joe Morton
as Gordon Thomas
Linda Carter
as Roxanne
Nicole Crozier
as Nicole Reed
Michael Talbott
as Eddie Dirksen
Amos Crawley
as John Reed Jr.
D. Garnet Harding
as Gordon Thomas Jr.
Susan Ruttan
as Arlene Reed
J. Winston Carroll
as Sheriff Knutzen
Barbara Eve Harris
as Mary Alice Silvera
Allegra Fulton
as Sharon Plessy
Adrian Hough
as Brother Yurli
Tom Masek
as Prof. Sovorov
Martin Roach
as Cartwright
Ralph Small
as Sgt. Hanlan
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