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Visions... (1972)

A professor who has visions of the future informs the police that someone is about to plant a bomb. He then discovers that the police consider him the prime suspect.

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Prof. Mark Lowell
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Susan Schaeffer
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Lt. Phil Keegan
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Bert Hayes
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George Simpson
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Martin Binzech
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Sgt. Ted Korel
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Ellis
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Steve Curtis (as Val DeVargas)
Elizabeth Moore ...
Mrs. Metcalfe
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Andrews
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Howard Beckler ...
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A professor who has visions of the future informs the police that someone is about to plant a bomb. He then discovers that the police consider him the prime suspect. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Bob Palmer, then the anchor for a local Denver television station's evening newscasts (the movie was filmed in Denver, Colorado), is seen on a TV screen as a newsman, but is re-dubbed by an unknown actor. See more »

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visions of death

I have always been a fan of Monte Markham. I love the paranormal with a special interest in esp. Markham is a low key actor. he doesn't emote what he does is bring a believability to any character he plays. he literally has you on the edge of your seat, he's that good. Visions is very believable and very well acted by the entire cast. Markham brings a character to life as easily as anything. visions is unique in it's way of telling a story. Markhams' , Professor Lowell is a remarkably troubled man you root for him to triumph, at the same time, you hate and feel for his reluctance to use his ability under the skepticism of the police he is trying to help. This movie grabbed me from the word go and didn't release me until the end. As a suspense mystery, it lived up to it's promise of a well thought out story. if I were rating this movie I'd give it 4 stars for content alone.


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