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Experiment in Terror (13-Apr-1962)

Director: Blake Edwards

Writers: Gordon Gordon; Mildred Gordon

From novel: Operation Terror by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon

Music: Henry Mancini

Producer: Blake Edwards

Keywords: Thriller, San Francisco

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Clifton James
Actor
29-May-1921   Sheriff J. W. Pepper
Ross Martin
Actor
22-Mar-1920 3-Jul-1981 Artemus Gordon on Wild Wild West
Stefanie Powers
Actor
2-Nov-1942   Hart to Hart
Lee Remick
Actor
14-Dec-1935 2-Jul-1991 Days of Wine and Roses

CAST

Glenn Ford   ...   John Ripley
Lee Remick   ...   Kelly Sherwood
Featuring
Stefanie Powers   ...   Toby Sherwood
with
Roy Poole   ...   Brad
Ned Glass   ...   Popcorn
Anita Loo   ...   Lisa
Patricia Huston   ...   Nancy
Gilbert Green   ...   Special Agent
Clifton James   ...   Capt. Moreno
Al Avalon   ...   Masher
William Bryant   ...   Chuck
Dick Crockett   ...   FBI Agent
James Lanphier   ...   Landlord
Ross Martin   ...   Red Lynch

REVIEWS

Review by doug scott (posted on 1-Apr-2005)

This movie has lots of style, and the soundtrack by Henry Mancini is very good too. Lee Remick looks great... as always, and Glenn Ford plays the FBI man very convincingly. Great location shooting in the SF area. Movie is in black and white, which only makes it better and more scary. The very talented Ross Martin (Artemus Gordon from Wild Wild West) is fine as the bad guy. They dont make movies like this anymore... too bad!


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