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Caught in the Act

Caught in the Act ★★½ 1993 (PG-13)

Scott McNally (Harrison) is an out-of-work actor who teaches acting classes to make a buck. Into one of his classes walks the sultry Rachel (Hope) and they start a hot affair. Then Rachel calls Scott, claiming to be kidnapped, he suddenly finds $10 million in his bank account, and his landlord is murdered. Scott finds himself the pawn in an embezzlement scheme and framed for murder. But this is one role Scott doesn't want and he intends to work with a new script of his own devise. 93m/C VHS . Gregory Harrison, Leslie Hope, Patricia Clarkson, Kevin Tighe; D: Deborah Reinisch; W: Ken Hixon. CABLE

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