Race car driver suffers from visions where he sees people killed. An ESP expert believes that his visions will really happen.

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Cast

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Tom Kovack
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Michele Brent
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Mrs. Farraday
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Andrea Glenn
Jewel Blanch ...
Jennifer Glenn
Valerie Taylor ...
Louise Sanford
Ray Brooks ...
George Tracewell
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Peggy Tracewell
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Verelli
Mike Murray ...
Parrish
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Hopkins
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Dr. Reed
Al Mancini ...
TV interviewer
John Rae ...
Theatre Doorman
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Cleaning Woman
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Race car driver suffers from visions where he sees people killed. An ESP expert believes that his visions will really happen.

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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30 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Die tödliche Vision  »

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This TV movie was released as a second-feature in cinemas in Great Britain, where it was made. Its cinema release predates its first US television showing by about four months. See more »

Goofs

Tom Kovack's name on his helmet is misspelled KCVACK during the racing scenes, but correct (KOVACK) during the pit stop scene. See more »

Quotes

Tom Kovack: [berating himself] Next time, Kovack, stick to wheels. No more TV interviews.
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Connections

Featured in TV's Finest Failures (2001) See more »

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psychic phenomenon, satanic worship and more
10 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Leonard Nimoy stars as a race car driver with psychic visions in "Baffled!" also starring Susan Hampshire, Vera Miles, Rachel Roberts, and Jewel Blanch. After the Nimoy character reports on television that he had a vision that caused him to lose control of his race car during a competition, he is visited by Susan Hampshire. She is a student of psychic phenomenon and believes he should follow up on what he saw - a manor house in England, the phrase "It's Wyndham in Devon, dear," and a familiar-looking woman who is need of help.

He agrees to join her after he has another vision which is much stronger -- and scarier - than the previous one. The two of them end up at a manor house which has been turned into a sort of resort hotel. There, they meet the woman of the vision - an American film star who is waiting for her ex-husband, her young daughter, and some rather strange characters.

Judging by what happens at the end of this entertaining movie, "Baffled" seems to have been a pilot for a TV series. The stars - Hampshire and Nimoy - are delightful, and the story is an interesting one that manages to tie in not only psychic phenomenon but a satanic element as well. Vera Miles does an effective job as a woman anticipating a reunion with her ex, Rachel Roberts is terrific as the owner of Wyndham, and Jewel Blanch is very good as Miles' daughter.

This intriguing story will hold the viewer's interest, and it is immensely helped by the likability of the main characters.


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