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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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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30 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Die tödliche Vision  »

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Produced as a pilot for a TV series that never materialized. 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: [to Michele] I never saw her in a flick where she screamed!
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Featured in TV's Finest Failures (2001) See more »

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Old favorite on DVD at last
25 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Baffled!" is a film I've loved since it's premiere as a movie of the week back in 1973. Leonard Nimoy plays Tom Kovack, a successful race car driver who in the middle of his latest race finds himself no longer on the track in Pennsylvania, but in rural England approaching an ominous manor house, with flashes of two women in danger. This vision causes Kovack to crash. The press finds out about what caused the crash and he is relentlessly questioned on television, bringing him to the attention of Michelle Brent, a dealer in antiquities who contacts Tom, sure he has latent psychic abilities warning him of dangers to people he can stop. What follows is a slow but entertaining story of supernatural conspiracies and simple human greed. The casting of Nimoy indicates the production was not looking for a typical leading man. Although he seems a little uncomfortable at times, I have the feeling he would have done quite well had this back door pilot gone into production as a series. Susan Hampshire is fine as Michelle, adding a much needed light touch and good chemistry with Nimoy. Vera Miles obviously enjoyed her stay in the English Countryside giving a fine performance as a 'Special Guest Star.' As stated, the story is a bit slow at times and could have used a bit more humor, something no one in the cast was particularly adept at. However, the story in total is atmospheric and quite captivating, leaving bread crumbs for a future series to follow. It seems the European companies passed on Baffled and NBC took a chance on the pilot, but that didn't take off either. It's too bad, there was so much potential here. Think of the many similar long running shows made decades later that picked up from this idea, making 'Baffled! 'ripe for a modern day remake. Are you listening SyFy?


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