Mary Higgins Clark's The Cradle Will Fall


2h 2004

Brief Synopsis

Katie DeMaio is injured in a minor car accident and taken to Westlake hospital for the night. During her stay, Katie thinks she may have been a witness to a horrific crime but passes it off as a sleeping pill-induced nightmare. When Katie, who works for the District Attorney, begins investigating

Film Details

Release Date
2004
Location
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Katie DeMaio is injured in a minor car accident and taken to Westlake hospital for the night. During her stay, Katie thinks she may have been a witness to a horrific crime but passes it off as a sleeping pill-induced nightmare. When Katie, who works for the District Attorney, begins investigating a suspicious suicide she soon realizes that it wasn't a dream and must expose the murderer and his motive before it's too late.

Crew

Ira Aikman

On-Set Dresser

Dustin Allen

Lighting Technician

Tammy Rae Beltrami

Script Supervisor

Layton Burton

Steadicam Operator

Lisa Cichelly

Assistant Production Coordinator

Corinne Clark

Casting Director

Mary Higgins Clark

Source Material (From Novel)

Nigel Crook

Accountant

Bruce Cohn Curtis

Executive Producer

Norm Daschle

Props

Tom Davidson

Assistant Director

Daryl K Davis

Editor

Daryl K Davis

Post-Production Supervisor

Mark Dobrescu

Director Of Photography

Dwain Dupley

Assistant Director

Leo Fafaro

Generator Operator

Rob Farrell

Dolly Grip

Allan Feildel

Photography

Claude Foisy

Music

Kari Fonkalsrud

Accounting Assistant

Jennifer Forberg

Makeup

Donovan Fraser

Camera Assistant

Donovan Fraser

Assistant Camera

Tracy George

Makeup

Andrew Gordon

Gaffer

Allison Grothe

On-Set Dresser

Jason Habicht

Camera Assistant

Jason Habicht

Assistant Camera

Tamara Harrod

Hair

Betia Hovedskov

Casting Director

Todd Irving

Assistant Camera

Todd Irving

Camera Assistant

Allison Jones

Costumer

Devin Keefe

Assistant Director

Alfie Kiernan

Assistant Director

Ken Krawczyk

Camera Operator

John F.s. Laing

Executive Producer

Lauren Lindsay

Craft Service

Sara Longfellow

Set Decorator

Tannis Macdonald

Production Coordinator

John Benjamin Martin

Writer

Nina Mcarthur

Hair

Catherine Mccomb

Costume Designer

Sara Mccudden

Set Decorator

Stephen Mclellan

Best Boy Grip

Murray O'shea

Generator Operator

Stephen Onda

Executive Producer

Jennifer Page

Casting Director

Mark Reid

Production Manager

Mark Reid

Line Producer

Lance H Robbins

Executive Producer

Jay Robertson

Property Master

Roger Roscoe

Props

Carolyn Saunders

Location Scout

Bill Sorocan

Location Manager

Warren St Onge

Sound Recordist

Scott Tremblay

Best Boy Electric

Mike Waddell-gardiner

On-Set Dresser

Mark Wagner

Lighting Technician

Kathy Wiebe

Assistant Editor

Leon Wiegers

Boom Operator

Nadia Williamson

Costume Designer

Danika Wright

Production Supervisor

Geoff Yates

Key Grip

Film Details

Release Date
2004
Location
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States May 22, 2004

Aired in United States November 15, 2005

Aired in United States on DVD November 15, 2005

A previous television movie of "The Cradle Will Fall" starring Lauren Hutton, aired May 24, 1983 on CBS.

Aired in USA on PAX Network May 22, 2004.

Began shooting February 2, 2004 and completed shooting February 21, 2004.

Originally in development at Grosso-Jacobson Communications with Rigel Independent Distribution & Entertainment for the 2001-2002 season with Mario Azzopardi attached to direct, Sonny Grosso and Larry Jacobson attached to executive produce and Lisa Parasyn attached to produce.