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Rearview Mirror is a 1984 American TV movie directed by Lou Antonio. The script was by Lorenzo Semple Jr. based on a novel by Caroline B. Cooney which had been published in 1980.
An escaped convict, Jerry Sam Hopps, terrorizes a woman, Terry Seton, and forces her to drive him through North Carolina.
- Lee Remick as Terry Seton
- Tony Musante as Vince Martino
- Michael Beck as Jerry Sam Hopps
- Jim Antonio as Chief Yates
- Don Galloway as Roger Seton
- Ned Bridges as Powell
The film was made in October 1984.
The New York Times said "one begins to wonder early on, did a bunch of nice actors get caught in a kinky and pointless exercise like this?"
The Chicago Tribune called it "scary but goofy."
The Washington Post called it "a strikingly well-done nail biter."
- MOVIES OF THE WEEK: [Home Edition] Thomas, Kevin. Los Angeles Times 29 June 1986: 5.
- UPDATE Margulies, Lee. Los Angeles Times 21 Oct 1984: ab5.
- TV REVIEWS; 'WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE': [REVIEW] O'Connor, John J. New York Times 26 Nov 1984: C.21.
- 'Rearview Mirror' offers a goofy image of psychopath Anderson, Jon. Chicago Tribune 26 Nov 1984: e7.
- Suspenseful 'Rearview Mirror': NBC's Well-Done Thriller & 'Violet' on PBS By Tom Shales Washington Post Staff Writer. The Washington Post 26 Nov 1984: C2.
Category:1984 in television
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