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Final Justice (edited version) aka "A Matter of Justice"

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All our DVDs are Region 1. Plays in US DVD players.

Not recommended for playing on XBox and Sony Playstation.

A/V Quality 10/10

Gift Quality

Audience Score 7.2/10


Difficult to find and expensive.


This is a rare movie to have. This is the EDITED version of this movie which was at one time available commercially, but is no longer in print and difficult to find. The run time for this edited version is 105 minutes.

There is a unedited version of this movie on DVD with a runtime of 180 minutes. We do carry this unedited version also on our website. It is the complete version which has 180 minutes (3 hours). This complete version (180 minutes) was first telecast in November of 1993 on NBC as a movie of the week which aired over a 2 night time period. This is one of the best made for television movie ever made. But, the complete version of 3 hours is almost impossible to find, until now. It is a 2 disc set. The first disc has Part 1 and the second disc has Part 2. Patty Duke gives one of her best performances. 


Seduction, murder, kidnaping and child abuse: These are some of the major elements at work in the two-part drama "Final Justice". 

Based on real events, "Final Justice" (aka "A Matter of Justice") effectively tells the remarkable story of the Brown family. After son Chris (Jason London) joins the Marines at the age of 17, he finds himself under the spell of Dusty (Alexandra Powers), a 24-year-old womanThey quickly marry and conceive a child, Christine.

Not surprisingly, the marriage crumbles almost as fast as it takes Dusty to wiggle into one of her skimpy tube dresses. After this blond bombshell discovers that a dead husband is worth more than a divorced one, her new boyfriend is imprisoned for the murder of her estranged spouse.

But Chris' mother, Mary (Patty Duke), isn't satisfied with just one conviction. She also wants to see Mary incarcerated and Christine wrested from her incompetent hands. What follows are several custody battles, a kidnaping and Mary's undying efforts to see that justice is served despite an inefficient law-enforcement system.

What's most impressive is this drama's ability to piece together a multitude of plot elements and characters into a work that keeps you glued to the TV. As written by Dennis Turner and directed by Mike Switzer, it also captures various moods--from steamy sensuality to familial unrest--in a way that is more artful than obvious.






Release Date:

 7 November 1993 (USA) 

Also Known As:

 A Matter of Justice »

Filming Locations:

 Alma, Kansas, USA

Technical Specs


 180 min (2 parts) 

Sound Mix:




Aspect Ratio:

 1.33 : 1

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