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Selleck plays the role of Jesse Stone, a former Los Angeles homicide detective who left California and his ex-wife to become the police chief in a small New England town. Among his many character flaws are his struggles with a drinking problem and lingering feelings for his ex-wife.
Jesse Stone: Night Passage is a prequel to 2005’s Stone Cold. Co-starring Stephanie March TV’s "Law & Order: SVU" and Stephen Baldwin The Usual Suspects, the telefilm depicts Jesse Stone’s Selleck first days as Paradise, Massachusetts’ Chief of Police. He must immediately find the killer of his predecessor, plus investigate a domestic violence situation involving the city’s resident hothead Baldwin, whose ties to a local bank manager expose a money-laundering scheme.
DVD Special Features for Jesse Stone: Night Passage Include: Digitally Mastered Audio and Video, Widescreen Presentations, Audio: English, French, Portuguese, Thai, Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Thai, Bonus Previews, Closed Captioned
The always dependable Tom Selleck returns as Robert B. Parker's small town police chief Jesse Stone in Death in Paradise, the made-for-TV sequel to Stone Cold, his 2005 debut as the character. Stone is a grittier, more human and vulnerable role than the one that made Selleck famous playboy detective Thomas Magnum of Magnum, P.I., but his tenacity and character flaws a drinking problem and latent feelings for his ex-wife seem a comfortable fit for the older Selleck. And the mystery itself--which surrounds the death of a young student whose connections to big-city crime--is crisp and convoluted if not particularly novel, which provides Selleck with enough action and drama to please his longtime fans. William Devane and Gary Basaraba Boomtown are among the guest stars, while Viola Davis, Vito Rezza, and Kohl Sudduth return from Stone Cold as Selleck's police officers. Selleck also contributed to the script and co-produced along with director Robert Harmon, who helmed the other Stone films. --Paul Gaita