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Double Exposure -- A successful photographer is beset by recurring dreams in which he sees himself murdering beautiful women - some who have even posed for him - only to awake and discover the dreams have become realities.


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Release Date:
January 1983 (USA) See more »
A classic portrait in terror! See more »
A photographer for a men's magazine is disturbed by a recurring dream he has that he is killing his models by various gruesome means... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Michael Callan ... Adrian Wilde

Joanna Pettet ... Mindy Jordache
James Stacy ... B.J. Wilde

Pamela Hensley ... Sgt. Fontain

Cleavon Little ... Police Chief

Seymour Cassel ... Dr. Frank Curtis

Robert Tessier ... Bartender
David Young ... Sgt. Buckhold
Don Potter ... Lewis
Misty Rowe ... Bambi

Frances Bay ... Old Woman
Alfred Mazza ... Charlie
Jeana Keough ... Renee (as Jeana Tomasina)

Sally Kirkland ... Hooker
Debbie Zipp ... Toni
Joey Forman ... Son
Teressa Macky ... April

Terry Moore ... Married Woman
Ken Scott ... Husband
John Ripa ... Det. Taylor
Douglas Dean ... Pop
Lauren Purves ... Girl at Bar

Joanna Frank ... Bartender's Ex-Wife
Jackson Hamilton ... Car Salesman
Victoria Jackson ... Racetrack Model #1
Jan Mussetter ... Racetrack Model #2
Patricia Eltinge ... Motel Hooker #1
Betsee Finlee ... Motel Hooker #2
Dick Stewart ... Mudwrestling MC
Marty Nevis ... Referee
Kathy Shower ... Mudwrestler #1
Kim Scrier ... Mudwrestler #2
Gary Littell ... Newscaster's Voice (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brett Baxter Clark ... Chippendales Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by
William Byron Hillman 
Writing credits
William Byron Hillman (writer)

Produced by
Michael Callan .... producer
Norman Deming .... producer
William Byron Hillman .... producer
Frank Silverman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jack Goga 
Cinematography by
R. Michael Stringer 
Film Editing by
Lawrence Bridges 
Production Design by
Ron Talsky 
Costume Design by
Ron Talsky 
Makeup Department
Chris Brice .... makeup artist
Production Management
Bruce Fritzberg .... unit production manager
Sound Department
Larry Hooberry .... sound mixer
Lee Strosnider .... sound mixer
Marian Green .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Moshe Levin .... camera operator
Moshe Levin .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren Purvis .... wardrobe
Music Department
Don Davis .... orchestrator
Jack Goga .... orchestrator
Ira Hearshen .... orchestrator: as "Ira Hearschen"
Peter T. Myers .... conductor
Other crew
Daniel D. Halleck .... production assistant
Sally Stringer .... script supervisor

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Also Known As:
"Model Killer" - Philippines (English title)
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100 min | USA:94 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Jeana Keough replaced another actress at the last minute.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Adrian is slicing the throat and torso of April, the knife is very obviously made of rubber, as it bends in half.See more »


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Ego trip for leading man Callan., 15 September 2002
Author: gridoon

Michael Callan plays a smarmy photographer who seems, nonetheless, to be regarded as a perfect "catch" by any woman that runs across him; could this have anything to do with the fact that he also co-produced the film? He's a "hero" whom it's very difficult to empathize with, so the movie is in trouble right from the start. However, it's troubles don't end there. It has the production values of a TV-movie (check out that head made of clay or something, near the end), and the ending cheats in a way that I can't reveal, in case anyone wants to see the movie (highly unlikely). Let's just say that the killer knows more than we were let to know he knows. (*1/2)

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