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And No One Could Save Her

And No One Could Save Her(1973)

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Brief Synopsis

A middle-aged American heiress (Lee Remick in her TV-movie debut) frantically searches for her banker husband who boarded a plane for Ireland and then disappeared. This was the maiden film made for American TV by the Robert Stigwood Group, which evolved into RSO, producers of films like "Saturday Ni

Cast & Crew

Lee Remick Fern O'Neil
Milo O'Shea Patrick Dooley
Frank Grimes Sam O'Neil
May Cluskey Miss O'Connor
Ronan Smith O'Toole
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Release Date:  1973 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Robert Stigwood Organization .....Production Company, Associated London Films .....Production Company, Abc Entertainment Group .....Network
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  • And No One Could Save Her

    Martin Mcglone 2013-02-26

    I worked at a Film Laboratory in London during the 70's when this TV Feature came through us. In those days Production Companies still made theatrical... MORE>