Framed


2h 2002

Brief Synopsis

While vacationing with his wife, New York City detective Mike Santini nabs Eddie Meyers, a key player in a money-laundering scheme and prepares him to testify in court as a witness. Santini is tested when the Meyers offers him millions of dollars to arrange his escape.

Film Details

Release Date
2002
Production Company
Anglia Television Ltd.; Axium International; Laserpacific Media Corporation; Miles O'Fun Sound; TNT; Visual Concept Entertainment (Vce)
Distribution Company
TNT; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Bahamas

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

While vacationing with his wife, New York City detective Mike Santini nabs Eddie Meyers, a key player in a money-laundering scheme and prepares him to testify in court as a witness. Santini is tested when the Meyers offers him millions of dollars to arrange his escape.

Crew

Colin Adams

Lead Set Dresser

Mark Amin

Executive Producer

Karma Bambara-daniel

Publicity

Maxine Bergen

Script Supervisor

Barbara Black

Unit Production Manager

Eric Blais

Stunts

Lloyd Brandson

Scenic Artist

Dave Brown

Coordinator

David Brown

Executive Producer

John Cantiveros

Stunts

Alvin Catacutan

Stunts

Robin D. Cook

Casting Director

Peter Cosco

Production Designer

Charles Crossin

Assistant Director

Don Digirolamo

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Paul Dixon

Editor

Michael Drabot

Gaffer

Kathleen Driscoll-mohler

Casting Director

Bruce Dunn

Post-Production Supervisor

Erin Calhoun Eccless

Unit Publicist

Ken Friss

Script Supervisor

Mark Gebel

Special Effects Supervisor

Lazlo George

Director Of Photography

Rod Gilchrist

Transportation

Kit Golden

Executive Producer

Iris Grossman

Casting Director

Robert Harper

Best Boy Grip

Barbara Harris

Adr Voice Casting

Jim Heber

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Patti Henderson

Costume Supervisor

Gaston Howard

Stunts

Dawn Hunter

Stunts

Tim Isle

Music Editor

Ernie Jackson

Stunts

Leon Johnson

Sound Mixer

Sterling Johnson

Stunts

Matt Kippen

Stunts

James Kohne

Key Grip

Jay Kohne

Assistant Camera

Joe Kramer

Music

Jennifer Krouse

Assistant Editor

Todd Langner

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Lynda Laplante

Executive Producer

Lynda Laplante

Source Material (From Original Material: "Framed")

Mark Levine

Assistant Editor

Anita Lubosch

Boom Operator

Dan Maclean

Stunts

Thomas J Mangan

Executive Producer

Bob Marley

Song Performer

Bob Marley

Song

Peter Mcmanus

Production Accountant

Sandra Moore

Production Manager

Ian Morgan

Supervising Sound Editor

Michelle Morris

Assistant Director

Doug Morrow

Makeup Artist

Mela Murphy

Hair

Colin D Murray

Assistant Location Manager

Ron Mymryk

Transportation Captain

Bernard Narvey

Location Manager

Aleks Paunovic

Stunts

Len Peterson

Assistant Camera

Daniel Petrie

Screenwriter

Darren Pitura

Stunts

Chuck Robinson

Stunts

Deanne Rohde

Art Director

Rob Rowan

Best Boy Electric

Craig Skene

Stunts

Rick Skene

Stunt Coordinator

Janet Skinner

Assistant Costume Designer

Brian Smith

Construction Coordinator

Chris Sol

Carpenter

Bill Sorocan

Assistant Location Manager

Laura Souter

On-Set Dresser

Mark Steel

Set Decorator

Jana Stern

Costume Designer

Mark Stratton

Property Master

Jan Thijs

Photography

Kim Todd

Line Producer

Garry Trosky

Transportation Coordinator

Noriko Watanabe

Hair

Kevin Williams

Stunts

Richard Wilson

Camera Operator

Film Details

Release Date
2002
Production Company
Anglia Television Ltd.; Axium International; Laserpacific Media Corporation; Miles O'Fun Sound; TNT; Visual Concept Entertainment (Vce)
Distribution Company
TNT; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Bahamas

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States April 13, 2003

Aired in United States February 3, 2004

Aired in United States on DVD February 3, 2004

Based on the 1992 BBC miniseries of the same name written by Lynda LaPlante and starring Timothy Dalton. The original miniseries was telecast in the United States September 19-20, 1993 on A&E.

Originally scheduled to air during the 2001-2002 season.