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Silencing Mary (1998)





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The scene is Cornwell University, where college journalist Mary Stuartson (Melissa Joan Hart) shares a dorm room with Holly Sherman (Lisa Dean Ryan). Returning to the room one night in a battered state, Holly tells Mary that she has been raped by the school's star athlete, Clay Roberts (Josh Hopkins). Mary urges Holly to alert the authorities, but Holly is afraid of what the incident might do to her reputation--and besides, who'd take her word over Clay's? Galvanized into action, Mary investigates the situation and unearths several other examples of date rape that have been swept under the rug on campus. She then writes a series of articles about fictional rape victim "Molly", thereby making herself a target of persecution, recrimination and retribution by students, faculty members and "townies" alike--but Mary isn't the sort of young woman who backs down when she knows she's right! This made-for-TV drama was produced by the mother and aunt of star Melissa Joan Hart, and features Melissa's younger sister Emily Hart in a supporting role. Silencing Mary originally aired March 8, 1998 on NBC.


Melissa Joan Hart
as Mary Stuartson
Corin Nemec
as David MacPherson
Josh Hopkins
as Clay Roberts
Lisa Dean Ryan
as Holly Shavers
James McDaniel
as Harvey Thiel
Peter MacNicol
as Dean Lawrence Dixon
Emily Hart
as Bobby Stuartson
Teryl Rothery
as Det. Brubaker
Gary Chalk
as Gardner
Susan Hogan
as Helen Stuartson
Kevin McNulty
as Tom Stuartson
Kirby Morrow
as Head Cheerleader
Bob Morrisey
as Prof. Caldwell
Judith Maxie
as Mrs. Coe
Glynis Davies
as Dr. Taylor
Deryl Hayes
as Sgt. Woods
Deejay Jackson
as Police Officer
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