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The Watcher ()


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A schoolteacher and religious hypocrite takes a creepy interest in a handsome 20-year-old and the girl supposedly corrupting him. He murders her, but then discovers the young man has a more... See more »

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Freitag
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Uncle Florian (as Stu Erwin)
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Beth Pettit
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Larry Carter
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Al Matthews
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Sheriff Phil Archer
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Mrs. Edith Pettit
Gloria Clark ...
Vida Tomlinson
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Eunice Appleby
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Doctor (as Daniel M. White)
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Father

Directed by

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John Brahm

Written by (WGA)

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Dolores Hitchens ... (story)
 
Donald S. Sanford ... (adaptation)

Produced by

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William Frye ... producer

Music by

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Pete Rugolo

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Neal Beckner ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Danny B. Landres

Art Direction by

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Howard E. Johnson

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Julia Heron
John McCarthy Jr.

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Jack Barron ... makeup artist
Florence Bush ... hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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William Dorfman ... assistant director

Art Department

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Jerome Gould ... graphic artist

Sound Department

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Earl Crain Jr. ... sound

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Plot Summary

Authorities in a resort community cover up the suspicious death of a teenager so tourism doesn't suffer. As summer fades, a deputy sheriff gains permission to quietly investigate the death. Meanwhile a rigid, controlling teacher visiting for the season, grows increasingly disturbed as he spies on the secret relationship between a young neighbor and a boatyard manager, who are both already squirming under the power of adults in the small town. Written by David Stevens

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  • 60 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs When Beth pushes past her at the stairs Eunice raises her hand to her mouth. After a cut she raises her hand again. See more »

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