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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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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 Charles Sand meets his friend at the stable, he says that he has just come from the funeral, but at the funeral he was wearing a pinstripe suit and tie. At the stable, he is wearing a casual sports jacket and turtleneck. 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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Wait Until Dark
from Wait Until Dark (1967)
Music by Henry Mancini
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Scary and Erie
3 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

When Charles Sand opened the coffin, at the beginning, of the movie, a frightening sight was about to begin. His deceased uncle opened his eyes and there were no eye balls. Just the whites. Then he raised up and pointed his finger at Charles. This would give you the creeps. If this happened, in a funeral parlor, there would be an evacuation.

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