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'''The Substitute''' is a TV movie that was produced for the USA network in 1993. It should not be confused with the 1996 film starring Tom Berenger.
 
'''The Substitute''' is a TV movie that was produced for the USA network in 1993. It should not be confused with the 1996 film starring Tom Berenger.
  
''The Substitute'' is the film debut of Mark Wahlberg, who at the time was still known as pop-rapper "Marky Mark".
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''The Substitute'' is the film debut of Mark Wahlberg, who at the time was still known as pop-rapper "Marky Mark". The film is about a high school English teacher who goes on a killing spree after her husband cheats on her.
  
 
This TV movie has never been released on home video in the United States, though it was apparently released on VHS in Argentina (as ''La sustituta''), Germany and Japan.
 
This TV movie has never been released on home video in the United States, though it was apparently released on VHS in Argentina (as ''La sustituta''), Germany and Japan.

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The Substitute is a TV movie that was produced for the USA network in 1993. It should not be confused with the 1996 film starring Tom Berenger.

The Substitute is the film debut of Mark Wahlberg, who at the time was still known as pop-rapper "Marky Mark". The film is about a high school English teacher who goes on a killing spree after her husband cheats on her.

This TV movie has never been released on home video in the United States, though it was apparently released on VHS in Argentina (as La sustituta), Germany and Japan.