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Marcello Coscia (screenplay)
Marcello Coscia (story)
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1973 (USA) See more »
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A race-car driver whose life, both personal and professional, is in a rapid downfall is invited by her... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Carroll Baker ... Helen
Jean Sorel ... Maurice Sauvage
Luis Dávila ... Albert Duchamps
Alberto Dalbés ... Dr. Harry Webb
Marina Coffa ... Susan Sauvage
Anna Proclemer ... Constance Sauvage
Hugo Blanco
Lisa Halvorsen ... Solange (as Liz Halvorsen)
Manuel Díaz Velasco ... Miguel
Jacques Stany ... James
Rossana Rovere ... Nurse
Calisto Calisti ... Doctor
Alfonso de la Vega ... Chauffeur
Miguel Beltrán
Gaspar Forteza ... 1st Cop
Francesco Narducci ... 2nd Cop (as Franco Narducci)
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Directed by
Umberto Lenzi 
 
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(in alphabetical order)
Marcello Coscia  screenplay
Marcello Coscia  story
Bruno Di Geronimo 
Rafael Romero Marchent  screenplay
Rafael Romero Marchent  story
Marie Claire Solleville  screenplay

Original Music by
Gregorio García Segura 
Nino Rota 
 
Cinematography by
Guglielmo Mancori 
 
Film Editing by
Enzo Alabiso 
Stanley Frazen 
Antonio Ramírez de Loaysa  (as Antonio Ramírez)
 
Art Direction by
Wolfgang Burmann 
 
Sound Department
Romano Pampaloni .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe D'Amato .... camera operator (as Aristide Massaccesi)
 
Music Department
Piero Umiliani .... musical director
 

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Also Known As:
"Paranoia" - Italy (original title)
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Runtime:
94 min | Spain:88 min
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Certification:
Norway:16 (1971)

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Final part of a trilogy also including Paranoia (1969) and So Sweet... So Perverse (1969).See more »
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'Another splendid gialli from the master of sexual intrigue', 23 January 2014

Another splendid gialli from the master of sexual intrigue Umberto Lenzi. Many say that this is inferior to his 'Orgasmo' (1969) but it many ways I find it to be of equal merit. Righteous lounge-core soundtrack and another winning performance from one of the true divas of gialli, Carrol Baker. Yet again, Baker suffers at the hands of a scheming; cock sure male; this time a particularly suave and dashing Marc Porel; a man seemingly born to wear pastel v-neck sweaters. His preference for Val Donican's wardrobe does little to mute his excellent performance as a Machiavellian, libidinous, uber-playboy, which is exemplary; making the twist-laden 'a quiet place to kill' a must see for Lenzi-Gialli-Baker fans.

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