The General's Daughter is a mystery thriller film, directed by Simon West. It was loosely based on a novel of the same name by Nelson De Mille. The titular character is Captain Elizabeth Campbell Leslie Stefanson , a specialist in psychological operations. She is the daughter of Lieutenant General Joseph Campbell James Cromwell , an ambitious man with political aspirations. Father and daughter serve in a Georgia Army Base. Early in the film, Campbell's nude body is found staked down with tent poles, strangled, and presumably raped.
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Elisabeth once told me she was conducting a field investigation in psychological warfare, and the enemy was Daddy. So speaks one of the friends of the late Capt. Elisabeth Campbell, whose bizarre death is the centerpiece of "The General's Daughter. Nobody's mind has been messed with more than her own. The friendly guy is Warrant Officer Paul Brenner, played by John Travolta--first as a slow-talking redneck, and then, after he drops the undercover masquerade, as an aggressive Army cop. He meets Elisabeth Campbell Leslie Stefanson just that once, before her naked corpse is found staked spread-eagled to the ground, having been strangled.
Leslie Stefanson Sex Scene In Generals Daughter 1990
The prime-time series started by showing Jasmine making love with her husband, Andrew Derek , on the eve of her birthday. Parallel to this was the sex scene between Elaine and an older man Tommy Abuel , who is actually married. Elaine, who works as a prostitute, celebrated her birthday by going to a bar.
A General, James " Babe -Magnet" Cromwell , is about to retire from the Army and seek a Vice-Presidential nomination when his daughter--another officer at the same base--is brutally murdered. Army officer John Travolta is assigned to look into the case alongside officer and ex-girlfriend Madeline Stowe. Sparks fly between our favorite Scientologist and Chingachgook's daughter-in-law while they unravel this twisted mystery. And don't look now, but who's the General's creepy second-in-command? Right on!