España [Spain]

Español: "Reflejos En Una Botella" ["Reflections In a Bottle"].


Español: "Un Relámpago En Una Botella" ["A Lightning In A Bottle"].

México [Mexico]

Español: "Sin Previo Aviso" ["Without Previous Warning"].

Italia [Italy]

Italiano: "Frammenti Di Veritá" ["Fragments Of Truth"].

Deustchland [Germany]

Deustch: "Ihr Gewissen" ["Her Conscience"].


Français: "Par Acquis De Conscience" ["By Asset Of Conscience"].

Norge [Norway]

Norsk: "Glimt Av En Tragedie" ["Glimpse Of A Tragedy"].


Chinese [Chinese]: "Lightning In A Bottle".

"Lightning In A Bottle"
"Lightning In A Bottle"

Premiere: November 1993 in Peoria, IL. On TV: NBC, Late 1993.

Director: Jeff Kwitny.

Writer: Jonnie Lindsell.

LYNDA CARTER [ Charlotte Furber ].
DEE WALLACE STONE [ Jean Markley ].
MARTIN KOBE [ Duane Furber ].
MATT McCOY [ Troy Hoskins ].
STUART WHITMAN [ Jonah Otterman ].
MARGARET AVERY [ Dr. Sierheed ].
A.J. LANGER [ Mitzi Furber ].
SCOTT MARLOWE [ Sydney Langley ].
CAROLYN HENNESY [ Marsha Timmons ].
WILLIAM DENNIS HUNT [ Lloyd Timmons ].
DON STARK [ Yard Messenger ].
ALLISON CHALMERS [ Nancy Markley ].
SALLY CHAMPLIN [ Head Nurse ].
DOROTHY DELLS [ Ferm Henderson ].
MARV LEE [ Mr. Henderson ].
RALPH MONACO [ Harry, the Bartender ].
JUDD OMEN [ Ernie ].
DAVID WELLS [ Young Doctor ].
HALEY McLANE [ Hazel ].

Writer / Executive Producer: Jonnie Lindsell / Producer: Mitchel Matovich / Co-Producer: Gary M. Bettman / Music Composed and Conducted by: Les Baxter / Cinematography: John V. Fante / Film Editing: Nancy Frazen / Production Design: Virginia L. Randolph / Costume Design: Patte Dee / Production Co-ordinator: Jessica Levin / Assistant Production Co-ordinator: Randall McMahan / Production Accountant: Marilyn Penn / Music Editor: Chris Cholvin / Foley Artist: Doug Reed / Production Coordinator: Jessica Levin / Assistant Production Coordinator: Randall McMahan / Production Accountant: Marilyn Penn / Still Photographer: Thomas Vozza / Casting: Cathy Henderson Blake, C.S.A.; Tom McSweeney / Stunt Coordinator: Terry James / Stunt Performers: Rawn Mutchinson, Michele Bebek, Jeannie Epper, T.J. White, Al Cotillo, Anthony Kramme, Rick Lynn Blackwell / First Assistant Director: Phil Dupont / Second Assistant Director: Peggy Hughes / Second 2nd Assistant Director: Charlotte Purin / First Assistant Camera: Mark Gutterud / Second Assistant Camera: Fernando Alves / Additional Camera Assistants: Evan Nessit, Jordan Riefe / Steadicam Operator: Ken Ferro / Gaffer: Mike Weaver / Best Boy Electric: Roger Meilink / Electrician: Ed Bernstein / Key Grip: Jeffrey Douglas / Best Boy Grip: Jeff Nealon / Dolly Grip: Kenny Yankel / Swing Grip Electricians: Marianne Franco, Nicholas Nichalsky, Peter Morgan / Post Production Supervisor: Nancy Frazen / First Assistant Editor: Roberto Santucci-Filho / Second Assistant Editor: Leigh Davis / Sound Mixer: David Waelder / Boom Operator: Gunnar Ted Walter / Property Master: Eric Owings / Assistant Property Master: Francesca Weiss / Set Decorator: Clayton Hartley / On-Set Dressers: Lauree James, Barri Pitkoff / Leadman: Alex Hendrie / Swing Driver: Don Ghio / Swing: Archie D'Amico / Art Intern: Seth Harris / Key Make-Up & Hair: Victoria Rubbell / Assistant Makeup & Hair: John Damiani / Key Consultant: Jaci Rohr / Costumer: Mattock Scariot / Script Supervisor: Haley McLane / Still Photographer: Thomas Vozza / Storyboard Artist: Janet Kusnick / Location Manager: Lea Ann Lynch / Assistant Location Manager: Michael Melvin / Pyrotechnics: Kevin McCarthy / Medics: Ramon Arias, Michael Wicker / Transportation Coordinator: Robert Love Young, Jr. / Transportation Captain: Eric Carter / Drivers: Alfie Jensen, Steve Shoemaker, Carter Hays, Greg Bronner, William Bain, Kenny Japlan, Ron Reed. Russ Hale, George Sack / Assistant to Procuers & Director: Warren Baker / Office Production Assistant: Roderic Fields / Office Interns: Denise Lennon, David Seaman, Judi Craven / Extras Casting: Charles Matthew Casting, Charles Rice, Matthew Fredrickson / Casting Assistants: Karen James, Nina Pratt, Fred Matta / Teacher: Irwin Sacks / Caterer: Showtime Catering, Arthur Trapolsi, Eric Trapolsi / Carft Service: Judi Craven / Insurance: Thomas Putnam, DeWitt Stern of California / Legal Cons.: Gibson Hoffman & Pancione, Karl Austen / Script Clearance: deForest research / Camera System by: Clairmont / Raw Stock: Eastman Kodak / Grip Electric Package: Cinelease, Inc., Bruce Woolen / Negative Cutting: Magic Film Works / Timer: Ray Morfino / Titles & Opticals: Cruses Company / Publicity: Bragman Nyman Cafarelli Inc., Linda Brown / Electronic Press Kit: Reba Merrill Associates Inc. / Post Production Sound: John Brasher & Associates Inc., Mimi Starrett / Re-recording Mixers: John Brasher, Eric Cotthelf / Sound Effects Editors: Adriane Marfiak, Todd Orr / Dialog Editors: Lauren Stephens, Bryan Azorski / ADR Editor: Sarah Brady / ADR Assistant: Doug Reed / Foley Editor: Doug Reed / Recordist: Eric Hoeschen / Music Supervisor: Gloria Ching / Assistant Music Supervisors: David Goodman, Pacula Abou-Jacude / Music Engineer: Leslie Ann Jones / Assistant Music Engineer: Charlie Paakkari / Music Recorded at: Capitol Records / Songs: "Somehow I'll Go On" Vocals by Lynda Carter; Words and Music by Lex Baster. "A Country Mile From A Broken Heart" Vocals by Warren Baker; Words and Music by Les Baxter. / © 1993 by Matovich Productions.


Gold Award on Houston International FilmFest / Award of Excellence by the Film Advisory Board / Seal of Approval by the Dove foundation.

"Lightning In A Bottle"
"Lightning In A Bottle"
"Lightning In A Bottle"
"Lightning In A Bottle"
"Lightning In A Bottle"


Charlotte Furber suffers an accident in which a man dies. She suffers amnesia and everybody thinks the man was drunk and therefore responsible, even his own wife, Jean. The woman befriends her but she'll be disturbed to find it was Charlotte was drunk and who kill her husband and child.



RUNNING TIME: 1:36:00 [96 minutes].
VHS: Available on VHS only in the USA in two different formats. [Check out the "VHS/LD/VCD/DVD" section for further details ].
VCD: Available on VCD in China. [Check out the "VHS/LD/VCD/DVD" section for further details ].
DVD: Not available on DVD.
AUDIO: [1]  "SOMEHOW I'LL GO ON" as performed by LYNDA CARTER.
VIDEO: [1]  "WLV-70014.WMV". Trailer.
INFO: This is Lynda's first feature film after "Bobbie Jo And The Outlaw".
TRIVIA: [•] Though it's a feature film the film was poorly distributed in theatres but more generously seen in video and television.
[•] The film's music is by the prestigious composer Lex Baxter.
[•] The song of the closing titles, "Somehow I'll Go On" is performed by Lynda Carter, and is her last official recording.

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