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In Cold Blood (miniseries) is a american film of genre Drama directed by Jonathan Kaplan released in USA on 24 november 1996 with Anthony Edwards

In Cold Blood (miniseries) (1996)

In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood (miniseries)
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Released in USA 24 november 1996
Length 4h
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Thriller,    Crime
Rating60% 3.0395953.0395953.0395953.0395953.039595

In Cold Blood is a 1996 TV miniseries based on Truman Capote's book of the same name. In two parts, it aired on CBS starting November 24, 1996, and concluding November 26. A DVD of the miniseries was released in 2002.


At the end of the 1950s, in a more innocent America, a brutal, meaningless slaying of a Midwestern family horrifies the nation. While in prison, Dick Hickock, 28, hears a cellmate's story about $10,000 in cash kept in a home safe by a prosperous rancher. When he's paroled, Dick persuades ex-con Perry Smith, 31, to join him in going after the stash.


Anthony Edwards

(Dick Hickock)
Eric Roberts

(Perry Smith)
Sam Neill

(Agent Alvin Dewey)
Kevin Tighe

(Herbert Clutter)
Leo Rossi

(Agent Harold Nye)
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