A novelization of the movie and Reginald Rose's screenplay was written by Clyde Phillips under the name of Clyde B. Phillips. As a tie-in with the film, the novel was first published in 1978, the same year that the picture debuted. Phillips also wrote the novelization from Walter Hill's original script for the same year's action movie The Driver (1978). See more »
I recently acquired a copy of this movie on VHS & thought it was absolutely fantastic-better than all that drivel that Hollywood dishes out today,that's for sure!.The movie takes a while to get to the point,but hey,nothing's perfect.There's even a slight hint of comedy in some parts.All in All,I found it an entertaining who-done-it that is typical of 1970's TV movies.The mild-mannered housewife role played by Farrah Fawcett-Majors (as she was then known) is a complete departure from her earlier work on 'Charlie's Angels'.She wears very little make-up or hair dye.This movie is not everyone's cup of tea,but it's good enough for a rainy Sunday afternoon or a night in with family or friends.
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