Missing (2012)
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The Three Bears 

With Paul's sudden re-appearance, Rebecca realizes that there's a good chance he has their son. She heads to Prague when Paul is seen there on a a bank's CCTV. They had at one time lived in... See full summary »

Director:

Paul A. Edwards (as Paul Edwards)

Writers:

Gregory Poirier (creator), Adele Lim

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ashley Judd ... Becca Winstone
Sean Bean ... Paul Winstone
Cliff Curtis ... Dax Miller
Adriano Giannini ... Giancarlo Rossi
Nick Eversman ... Michael Winstone
Tereza Voriskova ... Oksana
Aunjanue Ellis ... Mary Dresden
Karel Roden ... Azimoff
Laura Donnelly ... Violet Heath
Jason Wong ... Fitzpatrick
Jessica Boone ... Rabia
Karel Dobrý ... Coffee Man
Petr Stehlík Petr Stehlík ... Unit Officer
Jiri Kraus Jiri Kraus ... Unit Commander
Caryn Stringer Caryn Stringer ... Hub Agent 1
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Storyline

With Paul's sudden re-appearance, Rebecca realizes that there's a good chance he has their son. She heads to Prague when Paul is seen there on a a bank's CCTV. They had at one time lived in Prague and knows the city well. She soon finds that she has access to a joint bank account but not to the safe deposit box that's in the same bank. Paul leaves a signal that he wants to see her and Rebecca leads Dax, who along with the rest of the CIA is longer sure if she can be trusted, on a walking tour of the city. Michael meanwhile continues to search for a way out of the house but doesn't want to leave Oksana behind. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Action | Drama | Thriller

Certificate:

12 | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 2013 (Netherlands) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Goofs

When Paul's Audi explodes, you can see that the Viennese number plate does NOT end with a letter. When white number plates were first issued in Austria in 1990, all end with a letter, not a number. So, the first white number plate issued was "W-0001 A" and so on up the alphabet. Continued by AA and so on. See more »

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