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In the beginning credits of the movie, it states, "Radio music supplied by Charles Greene and Brian Stone". The music that they used was "Green Rocky Road", performed by the band "The Daily Flash", which Greene and Stone managed. See more »
When Bobby comes home he parks his convertible Ford Mustang on the street. After being in the house all afternoon Bobby goes to retrieve a firearm from the Mustang's trunk and we see the Mustang is now sitting in the driveway. See more »
[watching the audience seeing his movie]
Strange not getting any reaction, isn't it?
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One of the best low budget films I have ever seen. Film within a film revolves around Karloff as the aging horror film star and Peter Bogdanovich as the young director who must convince him to be in his next movie -- or there may be no movie. Add one psychotic sniper and it's all good fun and really pretty scary (thinking about it now, it seems pretty topical, sadly). The sniper never really offers an explanation or speechifies -- it's way more naturalistic and scary that way. A first rate thriller..... 10 out of 10. Should please Karloff fans and those just looking for a good thrill ride.
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