Thursday the 12th (2003) - Rotten Tomatoes

Thursday the 12th (2003)





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Originally telecast over Britain's ITV1 in 2000, the two-part mystery miniseries Thursday the 12th began with the discovery of an unidentified body on the estate of Marius Bannister (Ciaran Hinds), a wealthy dentist and politician. As an investigative TV reporter Julian Glover sifted through the particulars of the case, the viewer was introduced to the dramatis personae: Bannister; his wife, Nina (Maria Doyle Kennedy); their troubled adopted teenaged son, Martin (Jim Sturgess); and Nina's predatory sister, Candice Hopper (Elizabeth McGovern). In Rashomon fashion, a series of flashbacks indicated that any one of these worthies had motive aplenty to be a murderer -- and in fact, one of them was the victim. The key to the mystery was in the hands of Marius' supposedly senile father, Edgar Bannister (Peter Vaughan). In the U.S., Thursday the 12th first aired over the Bravo cable network on June 4, 2003. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Jon Glover
as TV Reporter
Ciarán Hinds
as Marius Bannister
Maria Doyle Kennedy
as Nina Bannister
Ralph Ineson
as Collins
Elizabeth McGovern
as Candice Hopper
Jim Sturgess
as Martin Bannister
Christopher James
as Hugo Schindler
Gillian Bevan
as Marilyn Forbes
Trevor Byfield
as Frank Ely
Robert Murray
as David Skinner
June Watson
as Mrs. Davies
Peter Vaughan
as Edgar Bannister
Hugh Bonneville
as Brin Hopper
Susan Engel
as Regional Secretary
Barry Jackson
as Constituency Secretary
Selina Cadell
as Deputy Chairwoman
Jamie Booroff
as Young Martin Bannister
Morgan Sass
as Daisy Bannister
Robin Houston
as Newscaster
Ron Cook
as Liam Donnelly
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