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Director:
Writer:
William Roberts (written by)
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Release Date:
11 March 1983 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Bronson is back on the streets. See more »
Plot:
A LAPD detective is on the trail of a very handsome young man who had been seducing and slashing many young women to death. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Recommended Viewing See more (79 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
J. Lee Thompson 
 
Writing credits
William Roberts (written by)

J. Lee Thompson  story (uncredited)

Produced by
Yoram Globus .... executive producer
Menahem Golan .... executive producer
Lance Hool .... producer
Pancho Kohner .... producer
 
Original Music by
Robert O. Ragland 
 
Cinematography by
Adam Greenberg (photography)
 
Film Editing by
Peter Lee-Thompson 
 
Casting by
John Crowther 
 
Art Direction by
Jim Freiburger 
 
Set Decoration by
Cecilia Rodarte 
 
Makeup Department
Laurie Loverde .... hair stylist
Alan Marshall .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Karen Hoenig .... post-production supervisor (as K.V. Hoenig)
Christopher Pearce .... executive in charge of production
John Zane .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Terence D. Buchinsky .... second assistant director (as Terry Buchinsky)
Barbara Michaels .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Randy Gunter .... property
 
Sound Department
David Campling .... supervising sound editor
Craig Felburg .... production sound mixer
Jay M. Harding .... re-recording mixer
Mike Le Mare .... sound effects editor (as Mike Le-Mare)
Michael P. Redbourn .... adr editor (as Michael Redbourn)
Hal Schwartz .... boom operator
Paul A. Sharpe .... re-recording mixer (as Paul Sharp)
Michael R. Sloan .... foley editor (as Michael Sloan)
Gregory H. Watkins .... re-recording mixer
 
Stunts
Ernie F. Orsatti .... stunt coordinator (as Ernie Orsati)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Scott Buttfield .... best boy
Ronny Dana .... second assistant camera
Ted H. Hauser .... first assistant camera (as Ted Hauser)
David King .... still photographer (as Dave King)
Avraham Leibman .... gaffer (as Avraham Liebman)
Alan Levin .... still photographer (as Alan Levine)
Diane Schneier .... second assistant camera
Dylan Shephard .... key grip (as Dylan Shepard)
 
Casting Department
Dennis Hansen .... extras casting (as Dennis Hanson)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Del Adey-Jones .... costumer: women
Poppy Cannon-Reese .... costume supervisor (as Poppy Cannon)
Robert Dale .... costumer: men
 
Editorial Department
Richard Marx .... first assistant editor
Pam Wagner .... color timer
Debra Whitcomb .... assistant editor
Donald Freeman .... final colorist (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Robert C. Ortwin Jr. .... location manager (as Robert Ortwin)
 
Music Department
Michael Linn .... music editor
Robert O. Ragland .... conductor
 
Transportation Department
Frank 'Cat' Ballou .... transportation coordinator (as Frank Ballou)
Ron White .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Karin Cooper .... script supervisor
Elliott Fils .... production accountant (as Elliott J. Fils)
Paul Ford .... production assistant
Mischa Hausserman .... aerial sequences
William Hool .... technical advisor: police
Leslie Lytel .... production assistant
E. Ann Overman .... production coordinator
Connie Sanchez .... production coordinator
Gunther Stotz .... title designer
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
101 min
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Color:
Color (Metrocolor)
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Certification:
Argentina:18 | Australia:R | Australia:MA15+ (Cable TV rating) | Finland:K-18 (uncut) (2004) (self applied) | Finland:K-18 (cut) (1983) | France:16 | Iceland:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:18 | Portugal:M/18 | Sweden:15 (cut) | UK:18 | USA:R (Certificate #26973) | West Germany:16 (f)

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Trivia:
Second and final of two cinema movie collaborations of actors Andrew Stevens and Charles Bronson who both previously appeared in Death Hunt (1981) about a couple of years earlier.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Just before Warren is shot in the head, his hair is messed up from running. When the bullet hits him, his hair is neatly parted with his forehead totally exposed.See more »
Quotes:
Leo Kessler:We talked to everybody that went out with her, maybe you could shed some light on what we learned?
Warren Stacy:[as Kessler pulls out diary] What's that?
Leo Kessler:It's Betty's diary, we got it from her roommate. She kept what you might call a graphic record of her experiences. For instance: "So conceited that when he said did I want to go to bed with him, it was like he was doing me a favour." That's Larry Williams. You know him?
Warren Stacy:No.
Leo Kessler:[reading from diary] "Always talking about his Corvette and cabin cruiser, but never once bothered to mention having a wife." George Latham. You know him?
[...]
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013)See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Recommended Viewing, 16 March 2000
Author: MAK from NSW, Australia

"10 to Midnight" (1983) is an interesting and surprisingly suspenseful film from director J. Lee Thompson and frequent collaborator Charles Bronson.

The basic premise is as follows: a cop is after a serial killer. However, the film deals with other issues such as the falsification of police evidence and using insanity as a defence plea. These elements are explored in in the film.

For 1983, the film is surprising violent and contains a lot of nudity, which, for the most part, is keeping in line with the story. Overall, "10 to Midnight" is an interesting and relatively early addition to the serial killer on loose type films.

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