Saturday, April 26, 2008

Strong Entertainment for the Unafraid!

7 comments:

Duane Swierczynski said...

These are awesome, Bill. Keep 'em coming!

Bill Crider said...

Be careful what you wish for. I have a bunch more lined up.

Fred Blosser said...

Wonder if this was the movie that convinced Alan Alda that he should become an actor like his dad?

Wonder if this was the audition footage that Neil Hamilton showed the BATMAN producers, to prove that he could look dignified in ridiculous surroundings?

I liked the spiked chandelier thingie. Linda Christian looked pretty hot.

Bill Crider said...

This is another of those movies that I actually saw in the theater. I became an instant Linda Christian fan.

Anonymous said...

Robert Alda starred in a (presumably) much better "hand" thriller, The Beast With Five Fingers, also starring the Brahms left hand transcription of the Bach Chaconne on the soundtrack.

Art Scott

Todd Mason said...

There's something wrong with the sound on the computer I'm using at the moment, and even silent the essential nature of this comes through clearly...the kind of thing Something Weird was created for. I see that this apparent SEVENTH VICTIM ripoff was a Crown release, always a touch of class...their output was split between mediocre classroom educational films and some of the most lurid drive-in stuff they felt they could get away with at the time (and why not, I suppose...but their films tended to be Really Mean-spirited, particularly the biker flicks that MST3K loved to chew).

I suppose that if you're to star in a Crown film about Satanism, Linda Christian is as good a name to affect as any...

jjs said...

this fightened me! yu have to stop this! I have become afraid!!