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Daughter of the Mind (1969)

TV Movie  -   -  Thriller | Horror  -  9 December 1969 (USA)
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A professor of cybernetics comes to believe that his dead daughter is communicating with him from the netherworld.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Don Murray ...
Dr. Alex Lauder
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Prof. Samuel Constable
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Lenore Constable
Barbara Dana ...
Tina Cryder
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Saul Wiener
Pamelyn Ferdin ...
Mary Constable
William Beckley ...
Arnold Bessmer
Ivor Barry ...
Dr. Paul Cryder
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Dr. Frank Ferguson
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Mr. Bosch
Virginia Christine ...
Helga
Cecile Ozorio ...
Devi Bessmer
Frank Maxwell ...
Gen. Augstedt
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Enemy Agent
Hal Frederick ...
Technician
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A professor of cybernetics comes to believe that his dead daughter is communicating with him from the netherworld.

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1.33 : 1
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This was the first TV-movie for both Gene Tierney and 20th Century Fox Television. See more »

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Mary Constable: [wailing, as she vanishes] Oh, Daddy... I *hate* being dead!
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Very Creepy Sad Movie but Hopefull ending
28 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

I remember this movie as a young child.Pamela Ferdin and Ray Miland were great in it.It was actually kind of creepy and depressing about a young girl who had died.It actually upset me as a little kid that the characters daughter died so young.I never knew kids could die and this freaked me out as a kid.In some ways I guess it made me realize that anyone can die young and old,but the ending was hopeful and made me feel a bit less freaked out.The musical score was very well done and the acting was good also.TV movies in the late 60's and 70's,80's were SO much better than they are today.They actually had a STORY and Characters that were more realistic and original.Today,writers have no talent as they need to RE DO like every movie in a remake.Sad.I like the Originals.Wow,now that I think about it,I must have seen this in the 70's as I am still in my late 30's and this was made in 1969,the year I was born.I probably saw it at age 11 or 12 sometime in the mid to late 70's on a rerun.It really scared me.


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