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  2. Thin Ice (TV Series 2020– ) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

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    Series Cast. David Gudbrandsson. ... Andrei Sokolov 8 episodes, 2020. Lena Endre. ... Elsa Engström 6 episodes, 2020.

  3. Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification. Tom Selleck. ... Jesse Stone. Kathy ...

    Tom Selleck
    Jesse Stone
    Kathy Baker
    Rose Gammon
    Kohl Sudduth
    Luther 'Suitcase' Simpson
    Leslie Hope
    Sidney Greenstreet
  4. Thin Ice (2011 film) - Wikipedia

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    Greg Kinnear as Mickey Prohaska Alan Arkin as Gorvy Hauer Billy Crudup as Randy Kinney Lea Thompson as Jo Ann Prohaska Bob Balaban as Leonard Dahl David Harbour as Bob Egan Michelle Arthur as Karla Gruenke Mike Hagerty as Jerry

    • Mary Frances Budig, Elizabeth Redleaf, Christine K. Walker
    • January 25, 2011 (Sundance), February 17, 2012 (United States)
  5. Jesse Stone: Thin Ice - Wikipedia

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    Jesse Stone: Thin Ice is a 2009 American made-for-television crime drama film directed by Robert Harmon and starring Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker, and Kohl Sudduth.Based on the characters from the Jesse Stone book series created by Robert B. Parker, the film is about the police chief of a small New England town who investigates a cryptic letter sent to the mother of a kidnapped child who was ...

  6. Apr 19, 2021 · Hot issues in a cold climate: ‘Thin Ice’ is Nordic Noir at the top of its game. Climate crisis, billions in oil profits, a conspiracy that’ll stop at nothing and killer polar bears: Thin Ice ...

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  9. Thin Ice | Law and Order | Fandom

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    • Plot
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    The killing of a school-hockey coach leads to a case in which the defendant claims that he committed the crime while suffering from "sports rage."

    Main cast

    1. Jerry Orbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe 2. Jesse L. Martin as Detective Ed Green 3. S. Epatha Merkerson as Lieutenant Anita Van Buren 4. Sam Waterston as Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy 5. Angie Harmon as A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael 6. Dianne Wiest as Interim D.A. Nora Lewin

    Guest cast

    1. Lynda Ashe as Laura Lippman 2. Dennis Boutsikaris as Al Archer 3. Gary Cowling as Bob Mele 4. Geoff Wigdor as Keith Taylor 5. Judy Del Giudice as Rose McCutcheson 6. Isabel Glasser as Patty Taylor 7. Harry Bouvy as Sam Welby 8. Nicholas Gould as Arnold Felder 9. George Guidall as Bertram Dobbs 10. Leslie Hendrix as Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers 11. Lois Markle as Kali Doxiadis 12. Jesse McCartney as Danny Driscoll 13. Marylou Mellace as Arraignment Judge Antonia Mellon 14. George T. Odom as Bobby...

    Quotes 1. Jack McCoy (during his closing argument): Are we really prepared to create a society in which nobody is responsible for controlling their anger? 1. Nora Lewin: When my niece was younger, she used to play soccer. I remember all the parents screaming at each other on the sidelines. Insanity is a pretty good description of their behavior, but it's not a legal excuse. 1. Nora Lewin: What did Dr. Skoda say? 2. Jack McCoy: That just because someone gets real mad doesn't mean they're insane. 1. Jack McCoy: The law says your right to rage ends at the other guy's nose. 1. Ed Green: (Referring to dead victim in parking garage.) Guy stuck his car in a garage, thought he was safe. 2. Lennie Briscoe: He forgot the high cost of parking in Manhattan.

    Background information and notes 1. This episode was originally scheduled to air on 13 December 2000. 1. This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Thomas Junta case. In 2002 Thomas was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to 6-10 years in prison, serving 9 and a half. 1. Briscoe: An NHL player hits another player over the head... There have been a number of prominent cases over the years, but this is most likely a reference to Boston Bruins' Marty McSorley being charged with assault with a weapon for striking Vancouver's Donald Brashear in February 21, 2000; Brashear required hospitalization. McSorley's one year suspension is the longest in NHL history. 1. Lennie Briscoe: An NBA player chokes his coach... On Dec 1, 1997 Latrell Sprewell of the Golden State Warriors choked coach P.J. Carlesimo because he was in a bad mood and did not like being criticized during practice. 1. Nora Lewin: The Twinkie defense worked. "The Twinkie defense" is a generic le...

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  10. Thin Ice (2011) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Thin Ice boasts an impressive cast, with the always funny and charismatic Greg Kinnear, teamed well with Alan Arkin, and has a unique set up with some generally funny moments.

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    • crime, drama, comedy
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