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Jeannie Walker

Jeannie Walker


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Cast (feature film)

Mind Over Murder (2005)
After suffering a head injury, a young attorney discovers she has the ability to read people's minds. The skill is especially helpful to make short work of her heavy case load. In one case, however, she finds out her ability to read minds is not always the surest way to catch a killer.
No Ordinary Baby (2001) as Teacher
Linda Sinclair, a news reporter, and Dr. Amanda Gordon, a perinatologist, are swept into a maelstrom of public tension and relentless media scrutiny as a desperate couple awaits the birth of their baby, the first-ever human clone. The controversy engulfs everyone involved, ultimately threatening the
Dead Silent (2000) as Police Psychiatrist
A girl's life changes drastically just before her seventh birthday when her parents give her a toy bear that hides an extremely valuable, stolen computer chip. Later, their fellow thieves kill Amanda's parents in an attempt to retrieve the chip. Amanda, a witness to the murders, is placed in the cus
God Bless the Child (1988)
A television movie about a desperate mother caught in the cycle of poverty with her young daughter. circumstances beyond her control. An "ABC Theater" presentation. --BASELINE.
April Morning (1988) as Mrs Simmons
A television movie adaptation of Howard Fast's novel about the bloody confrontation at the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord that precipitated the American Revolution, as seen through the experiences of one family.

Cast (special)

Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist (1999) as Mathilde
Nineteenth Century American painter Mary Cassatt (1845-1926) finds her niche among the Impressionist painters in Paris, but things are upended when her brother, his wife and their three boisterous children arrive -- and provide a completely unexpected inspiration for her paintings. Cassatt's feminis

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