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"Thriller" Sleepwalker (1976)

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Brian Clemens (writer)
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10 April 1976 (Season 6, Episode 1)
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A young American woman visiting her author father in London discovers that her childhood habit of sleepwalking has recurred. She has a vivid dream of witnessing a murder in a strange house - or is it a dream? | Add synopsis »
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Obscure, suspenseful made-for-TV British film in the House of Hammer mold. See more (5 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
Darleen Carr ... Katey Summers

Robert Beatty ... Dan Summers

Michael Kitchen ... Ian
Ian Redford ... Barnstapple
Basil Lord ... Parsons
Elaine Donnelly ... Esme
Eileen Peel ... Suzy
Harry Webster ... Hopcroft
John Challis ... Peter
Desmond Jordan ... Telson
Jane Williams ... Louise
George Herbert ... Pearson

Episode Crew
Directed by
Alan Gibson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brian Clemens  writer

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Cecil Clarke .... executive producer
Ian Fordyce .... producer
 

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Obscure, suspenseful made-for-TV British film in the House of Hammer mold., 15 October 2001
Author: velvetelvis from Springfield, Missouri

I saw this on TV as a child and found it very creepy. Since I have not been able to find it from that time, I cannot say if my views have changed. My memory is a little vague, but, as I recall, a woman has problems with somnambulism--she walks in her sleep. One night while sleepwalking, she discovers a secret passage in the house where she stays. From some sort of a balcony, she witnesses a murder. When she awakes, she is uncertain of whether it is real or a dream. Everyone else dismisses it as a dream. Apparently, she cannot positively identify the murderer, so she does not know who to trust. I have always thought this was part of Hammer's House of Horror series, but apparently it is not, yet it very much has the same look and feel. I would like to have given a better review, but since I cannot find it, it is difficult to remember the details. I DO know that I liked it. Since no one else has yet to review it, I thought perhaps my review might spark the memory of someone else who has seen it and might review it in more accurate detail.

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