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Deadly Game DVD Description
Twice during the mid-1970s, Andy Griffith unsuccessfully attempted to launch a TV detective series titled ABEL MARSH. The first pilot film was THE GIRL IN THE EMPTY GRAVE; the second was THE DEADLY GAME. Griffith once again stars as resort-town sheriff Abel Marsh, this time wrestling with a sinister conspiracy involving a dangerous chemical spill. Lane Slate produced, directed and wrote the film, while Griffith's longtime manager Richard O. Linke functioned as executive producer. DEADLY GAME was first telecast December 3, 1977.
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