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The Haunting of Sarah Hardy (1989)

Unrated | | Horror, Thriller | TV Movie 31 May 1989
As a child, Sarah witnesses her wealthy mother's suicide. Later, as a young bride, she is haunted by her mother's voice and other strange manifestations. Is it her imagination, someone ... See full summary »

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Sarah Hardy
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Austin Hardy
Roscoe Born ...
Allen deVineyn
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Emily Stepford
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Lucy
Charles Bernard ...
Uncle Neddy
Vana O'Brien ...
Aunt Caroline
Janet Penner ...
Sarah's Mother
Steven Clark Pachosa ...
Shingler
Bethany Ward ...
Young Sarah
Joe Cronin ...
Burton McMahon
Dawn Prociv ...
Young Lucy
Jeff Williams ...
Young Alan
Mitzi Ellis ...
Nan Claiborne
Rod Pilloud ...
Biff Claiborne
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As a child, Sarah witnesses her wealthy mother's suicide. Later, as a young bride, she is haunted by her mother's voice and other strange manifestations. Is it her imagination, someone playing tricks on her, or her dead mother's spirit? Written by <rth@ece.arizona.edu>

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Horror | Thriller

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Unrated | See all certifications »
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31 May 1989 (USA)  »

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A Loucura de Sarah  »

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Austin is reported by a police officer as being 6' 0" tall and weighing 170 pounds. His license plate number to his blue Mercedes is 1AVH1, with Oregon plates. See more »

Goofs

When Sarah returns home one afternoon, and goes into her bedroom, she quickly closes the door behind her. We hear the distinct sound of a lock or latch being fastened while her hand is briefly on the door knob. The viewers are to assume that she has locked the door. But when Miss Thetford then tries to come into the room, and the camera gives a close shot of the door knob while she's twisting it, we see that the only way to lock that door is with a skeleton key. There is no key in the hole, and there would have been no way for Sarah to have locked the door so quickly unless she had left the skeleton key in the hole. See more »

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Confusing conclusion.
25 February 2001 | by (Kaiserslautern, Germany) – See all my reviews

Initially interesting movie with a plot that held promise. Sela Ward's performance was better than what audiences have come to expect in television movies. The build up of suspense started with increasing expectancy. I felt that the ending was anti-climatic and sputtered into confusion. I give 3 stars out of 10.


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