Director: Peter Yates Cast: Cher, Dennis Quaid, Liam Neeson

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British filmmaker Peter Yates directs Suspect, a suspenseful courtroom drama set in Washington, D.C. After a Supreme Court justice commits suicide and a Justice Department secretary is found dead, a deaf-mute homeless veteran, Carl Wayne Anderson (Liam Neeson), is the suspected killer. Lonely yet dedicated public defender Kathleen Riley (Cher) is assigned to the case to represent Anderson. Suave lobbyist Eddie Sanger (Dennis Quaid) is on the jury, but he starts his own investigation by finding clues that prove Anderson's innocence. He shares his information with Kathleen, even though they could get arrested for talking about the case. Eventually, they develop a romance and reveal a conspiracy that leads to a twist ending. The mysterious conclusion involves a final courtroom scene presided over by Judge Matthew Helms (played by character actor John Mahoney, who would go on to co-star on the sitcom Frasier).

Product Details

Release Date: 09/12/2017
UPC: 0683904632302
Original Release: 1987
Rating: R
Source: Mill Creek Ent
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 2:02:00
Sales rank: 8,324

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cher Kathleen Riley, Public Defender
Dennis Quaid Eddie Sanger, Lobbyist
Liam Neeson Carl Wayne Anderson
John Mahoney Judge Matthew Helms
Joe Mantegna Assistant U.S. Attorney Charlie Stella
Philip Bosco Assistant U.S. Attorney General Paul Gray
E. Katherine Kerr Congressperson Grace Comisky
Fred Melamed Morty Rosenthal
Michael Beach Parking Lot Attendant
Sandra Bowie Public Defender's Office Client
R.C. Coleman Arraignment Court Clerk
Michael Emmett Waiter
Ewart Everard Williams Anthony Hall
Paul dela Rosa Helms' Court Clerk
Diane Marie L Tomajczyk Secretary
Bill Cobbs Arraignment Judge Franklin
Jack Jessop Mr. Davis
Sandi Ross Doris, Video Typist
Tony Craig Hotel Marshal
Gene Mack Helms' Court Marshal
Sam Gray Judge Louis Weiss
Bernie McInerney Walter Abbott, Eddie's Senior Partner
Thomas Barbour Justice Lowell
Paul D'Amato Michael
Carl Jackson Depot Derelict
Greg McKinney Plainsclothes Cop
Darryl Palmer Assistant U.S. Attorney
Aaron Schwartz Forensic Pathologist
Djanet Sears Message Clerk
Fred Strother Public Defender's Office Client
Myra Taylor April
Robert Walsh Club Congressman
David Lyle Morty's Assistant
Jaye Tyrone Stewart Jailer
Katie O'Hare Elizabeth Quinn
Lloyd White Detective
Paul Hjelmervik Court Marshal
Rosemary Knower Justice Lowell's Secretary
Stefan Graham Marvin Johnson
Wendy E. Taylor Security Guard
Edwin M. Adams Congressman
Billy Williams Dr. Alan Alpert
Jim Walton Helms' Court Marshal
Lisbeth Bartlett Marilyn
Prudence Barry Bag Lady at River
Ralph Cosham Judge Ansel Stewart
Siona Dixon Helms' Court Steno
Richard Gant Everett Bennett

Technical Credits
Peter Yates Director
Richard Dean Makeup
Leonard Engelman Makeup
Howard Feuer Casting
Jim Fredburg Special Effects
Tony Hall Art Director
Michael Kamen Score Composer
Pat Kehoe Asst. Director
Irene Kent Makeup
Ray Lovejoy Editor
Jennifer Ogden Associate Producer
Joanne Pagliaro Screenwriter
Arthur Jeph Parker Set Decoration/Design
Joe Ramsey Special Effects
Eric Roth Screenwriter
Rita Ryack Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Sardanis Art Director
Daniel A. Sherkow Producer
Steve Shewchuk Set Decoration/Design
Jeff Smolek Stunts
John Patrick Veitch Executive Producer
Billy Williams Cinematographer
Stuart Wurtzel Production Designer

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Suspect 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
my dad recommended me this film, since i like cher and liam neeson. this is the story of a lawyer a complicated case and starting a relationship with a juror including two people dead. the suspense was good and its where you have to listen to what the characters are saying and what cher's character is asking to the suspect. the scenes between cher and neeson were one of my favorite parts of the movie and he himself did a great job with his character. watch the whole movie and if this was your first time watching then wait for the ending, i know i was. i thought the killer was one of two people but never thought of the person that was revealed in the end. goes to show that's a good mystery film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although Cher got the Oscar for Moonstruck, this is her best work. It is also fun to see Dennis Quaid younger. The plot is very good, and the end is a complete surprise--it is not the 'suspect' you think!
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