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Mr. and Mrs. Ryan

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Mr and Mrs Ryan
Written byBill Lamond
Jo Lamond
Directed byPeter H. Hunt
StarringSharon Stone
Robert Desiderio
Music byJohn E. Davis
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producersDouglas S. Cramer
Aaron Spelling
ProducersDuane Poole
Ralph Riskin
Tom Swale
E. Duke Vincent
Renate Kamer (assistant producer)
Cheryl R. Stein (associate producer)
Shelley Hull (associate producer)
Diana Weatherill (assistant producer)
CinematographyPhillip Lathrop
EditorsRobert A. Ferretti
Robert L. Sinise
Production companiesAaron Spelling Productions
ABC
DistributorABC
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseApril 12, 1986 (1986-04-12)

Mr and Mrs Ryan is a 1986 American TV film. It was an early starring role for Sharon Stone.[1]

It was a pilot for a TV series that did not eventuate. The pilot aired as a stand-alone TV movie.[2]

"Sharon read for us and we just flipped," said Aaron Spelling. "The network said she wasn't sexy enough."[3]

Aaron Spelling's daughter Tori had a small role.[4]

Plot

A detective investigates crimes with the help of his socialite wife.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Mayberry' retains gentle humor of original ANN HODGES, Houston Chronicle 11 Apr 1986: 10.
  2. ^ WEEKEND TV: TRIO OF NETWORK MOVIES TOP SUNDAY SCHEDULE Los Angeles Times 12 Apr 1986: F10.
  3. ^ Intelligence Report: What Makes a Star The Washington Post 11 Aug 1996: Q15.
  4. ^ TORI SPELLING'S A LONG WAY FROM EQUALING DADDY'S CREDITS Vadeboncoeur, Joan. Syracuse Herald American 1 Sep 1996: 19.

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