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The Norliss Tapes (21-Feb-1973)

Director: Dan Curtis

Writers: William F. Nolan; Fred Mustard Stewart

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claude Akins
Actor
25-May-1926 27-Jan-1994 Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo
Michele Carey
Actor
26-Feb-1943   Live a Little, Love a Little
Angie Dickinson
Actor
30-Sep-1931   Police Woman
Jane Dulo
Actor
13-Oct-1917 22-May-1994 Liz Murray on Hey, Jeannie!
Hurd Hatfield
Actor
7-Dec-1917 26-Dec-1998 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Robert Mandan
Actor
2-Feb-1932   Chester Tate on Soap
Vonetta McGee
Actor
14-Jan-1940 9-Jul-2010 Blacula
Don Porter
Actor
24-Sep-1912 11-Feb-1997 Prof. Lawrence on Gidget
Roy Thinnes
Actor
6-Apr-1938   David Vincent on The Invaders

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 15-May-2006)

What a terribly delightful 70's made for T.V. movie! I did not know until just last year that it was never released into theatres. My parents taped it off of T.V. one year after I was born (1972), and I have been watching it with them my whole life. Angie Dickenson is one of the worst female actresses of our time, but she was chillingly delicious in this occult sensation. Claude Akins always plays the perfect dis-believing, smart-ass sherrif- (See the Night Stalker), and Roy Thinnes was great as a nervous publisher constantly snooping his way through this suspenseful, nerve-racker. The dialogue is classic 70's and creepy effects and chilling music makes you feel like you are part of the film from the start. Where can I buy this movie? My brother taped over our only a couple of years ago and it is never run on T.V. A definite must see for Sci-Fi lovers, especially of the 70's.


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