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The Eyes of Charles Sand (1972)

A young man inherits the ability to see visions beyond the grave. He helps a girl investigate her brother's alleged murder.



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Cast overview:
Aunt Alexandria Sand
Katharine Winslow
Emily Parkhurst
Jeffrey Winslow
Dr. Paul Scott
Raymond / David
Dr. Sam Ballard
Owen Bush ...
Trainer (as Donald Barry)
Lawrence Levine ...
Groom (as Larry Levine)


A young man inherits the ability to see visions beyond the grave. He helps a girl investigate her brother's alleged murder.

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29 February 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Although no musical score was credited due of a composers' strike against TV producers, composer Henry Mancini recognized much of his score from Wait Until Dark (1967), which he hadn't authorized the production company to use. He sued the film's producers and won. See more »


When the murderess breaks a large bedroom mirror, a section of the mirror shifts and a crew member is clearly visible in the reflection. See more »


Charles Sand: [reading the will] Neither men of god, nor men of science, can help you now. You are alone.
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The Omega Man
from The Omega Man (1971)
Music by Ron Grainer
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Whites of eyes
29 May 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when I was 8 and I think it was on around the same time that the screaming woman was on. I always remembered those two movies and could never get them out of my mind. This one as well as the screaming woman scared the living daylights out of me. If only they made thrillers as good as this for the big screen. I have been looking for this one as well as The screaming woman forever. Can anyone out there tell me if they have a copy of this?

Now that we have DVD technology I suppose that the studio that owns the rights to it needs enough of a demand to put it on DVD, but as in the case of the Screaming woman I suppose that there are some cable stations looking for content that have shown this. Has anyone out there taped it?

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