A woman who has dedicated her life to a prominent family fails to see her neglected son has fallen in with a psycho - and may have helped him kill a woman.

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Wilma Jamison
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Chet Barrow
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Russell Jamison (as Charlie Martin Smith)
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Jill Cameron Lawrence
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Bert Masters
Gloria LeRoy ...
Waitress
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Gustaveson
George Wallace ...
Airport manager (as George D. Wallace)
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Mr. Morley
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Susan Ellen Morley (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
Calvin Chrane
Stephen Bradley
Tom Morrison
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A woman who has dedicated her life to a prominent family fails to see her neglected son has fallen in with a psycho - and may have helped him kill a woman.

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pistol | rape and murder | See All (2) »

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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24 January 1974 (USA)  »

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