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Donor Unknown: Type A insurance fraud investigator Nick Stillman has his life extended by a heart transplant, only to be dismayed to discover that his donor was murdered so Nick could live.

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Released: November 01, 1995
Genres: Drama Thriller Crime
Director: John Harrison
Actors: Alice Krige Christina Solis Clancy Brown Dan Martin Dian Kobayashi Emilio Rivera Irene Olga López Joe Marinelli John Doman Lisa Lord Peter Onorati Philip Lenkowsky Rene Carrasco Richard Portnow Robert Madrid Sam Robards Steven Culp TJ Castronova

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