The Marshal (1995– )
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The escape of Leander Booth, a biochemist convicted of espionage, leads MacBride on a twisted trail involving commandos, spies, laser guns, nuclear radiation, orchids, snow globes - and a pie-baking grandmother.

Director:

Dean Parisot

Writers:

John Mankiewicz (created by), Daniel Pyne (created by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jeff Fahey ... Deputy Marshal Winston MacBride
Patricia Harras ... Sally Caulfield-MacBride
Kristina Lewis Kristina Lewis ... Katie MacBride
Carly McKillip ... Molly MacBride
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frances Bay ... Granny
Garvin Cross ... Commando
Greg Cruttwell Greg Cruttwell ... Commando Leader
Michèle Lonsdale Smith ... Debra Cole (as Michele Lonsdale Smith)
William Richert ... Leander Booth
Ron Sauvé ... Warden Filley
Sydney Walsh ... Kianja
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The escape of Leander Booth, a biochemist convicted of espionage, leads MacBride on a twisted trail involving commandos, spies, laser guns, nuclear radiation, orchids, snow globes - and a pie-baking grandmother.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 1995 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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"Snow Orchid"
13 April 2008 | by kingletSee all my reviews

Ever see an episode of some series that sticks with you for years? That was this one for me. There are episodes you think are good, obviously, and then there are a few that jump into a whole other category. I'm haunted by this particular story even though I've never seen it since it aired. Why this series is not available on DVD is beyond me.

Jeff Fahey is always fun to watch, always gives good value. At the time "The Marshal" was on I truly hoped it would last for years, but it didn't. What's equally puzzling is the fact I've never seen it syndicated either. There's no reason why work of this quality should languish in limbo.

Meanwhile I'll hope to see him a few more times on "Lost". He steals every scene he's in.


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