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Footsteps (film)

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Footsteps
Footsteps (2003 film).jpg
GenreThriller
Based onFootsteps by Ira Levin
Written byShelly Evans
Directed byJohn Badham
StarringCandice Bergen
Michael Murphy
Bryan Brown
Bug Hall
Music byChristopher Franke
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
ProducersMark Gordon
Ginny Jones-Duzak
Ken Raskoff
CinematographyRon Stannett
EditorFrank Morriss
Running time95 minutes
Production companiesFox Television Studios
Ken Raskoff Productions
The Mark Gordon Company
DistributorCBS
Release
Original networkCBS
Original release
  • October 12, 2003 (2003-10-12)

Footsteps is a 2003 American made-for-television thriller film directed by John Badham based on the Ira Levin play of the same name. It was broadcast on CBS on October 12, 2003.[1]

Plot

Daisy Lowendahl is a best-selling suspense novelist who has been receiving threatening letters ever since an incident occurred in which a man killed a woman and claimed that he was inspired to do it by one of her novels. At a public even a man angrily accuses her of being responsible for the murder. She is frightened by the man and is plagued by a fear of being attacked when she is alone. At the suggestion of her husband she takes a short vacation at her isolated beach house, where she is visited by Spencer Weaver, a local young fan who knows almost everything about her. Her next visitor is Eddie Bruno, who claims to be a police detective and warns her that Spencer may be dangerous to her. Spencer insists that Eddie is not a cop and after a struggle Eddie is overpowered and tied up. Eddie begins revealing personal details about Daisy, claiming that her husband hired him to kill her that night.

Cast

  • Candice Bergen as Daisy Lowenthal
  • Michael Murphy as Robbie
  • Bryan Brown as Eddie Bruno
  • Bug Hall as Spencer Weaver
  • John Walf as Boss
  • Cindy Sampson as Jordan Hayes
  • Suzanne Jacob as Babs
  • Johanna MacCulloch as Lauren
  • Chase Duffy as Bodyguard #1
  • Travis Ferris as Officer
  • Bruce Graham as Judge Martin Hickler
  • Glen Grant as Police Detective
  • Jason Hemsworth as Bodyguard #2
  • James Symington as Arresting Officer
  • Gary Levert as Male Heckler
  • Darcy Lindzon as Tommy
  • Rita Malik as Lady in Audience
  • Agumeuay Nakanakis as Fisherman
  • Juanita Peters as Reporter
  • Austin St. John as Police Investigator

Production

After the success of his play Deathtrap, Ira Levin penned the play Footsteps but failed to find anyone to produce it. CBS initially intended to present it as a live theatrical production but ultimately decided that it would have to be adapted into a film due to the need for so many close-ups.[2]

References

  1. ^ Adalian, Josef (28 July 2003). "CBS telepix set dates with net stalwarts".
  2. ^ King, Susan (10 October 2003). "Shunned by Broadway, thriller finds its niche as a TV movie" – via LA Times.

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