Thriller (1973–1976)
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Someone at the Top of the Stairs 

A young woman and her friend rent a room in an old dark mansion. Soon they become aware of the fact that the other "renters" are a very strange lot, and that there are some very odd ... See full summary »

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Chrissie Morton
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Gillian Pemberton
David de Keyser ...
Cartney
Francis Wallis ...
Gary Masters
Alethea Charlton ...
Mrs. Oxhey
Brian McGrath ...
John Elgar
Peter Cellier ...
Col. Wright
Clifford Parrish ...
Harold Thurston
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Mr. Patrick
Rhoda Lewis ...
Emma Patrick
Alan Roberto ...
Jonathan Patrick
Laura Collins ...
Sally Thurston
Charles Hill ...
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A young woman and her friend rent a room in an old dark mansion. Soon they become aware of the fact that the other "renters" are a very strange lot, and that there are some very odd goings-on in the house that seem to be centered in the attic. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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28 January 1975 (USA)  »

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Gillian: I don't mind kids getting sex education earlier these days, but I do mind being the textbook.
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Someone At The Top Of The Stairs
10 July 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As the saying goes, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. When two young women, foreign students, turn up at a London bedsit, the landlady is more than enthusiastic for their patronage, even inviting them to set their own rent. A nice upstairs spacious apartment in a friendly boarding house, what could possibly go wrong? Well, there was that strange writing on the door, and that almost ancient sheet of newspaper in the drawer.

It doesn't take long for one of the new tenants to realise there is something terribly wrong here; does a kitten really fall to its death from not such a great height just because someone left a window open? And that's just for starters. Her friend played by Judy Carne thinks it is all in her head, but judging by what follows at the party, she isn't too bright.

Judy Carne is better known for comedy and light entertainment, but here she plays it straight in a drama wherein all the characters are a little too nice, if not like Stepford wives then cult members.


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