Owen Marks, parked at Lovers' Loop with girlfriend Liz Taggart, surprises a peeping Tom, who knocks him out and kidnaps Liz. The police leap into action when they learn the victim is a cop's daughter. Kidnapper Harold Loftus, the unhinged product of a smothering mother, makes ineffectual advances toward Liz, who staves him off as the police close in, hindered as much as helped by her overprotective father Capt. Dan Taggart.
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Eighteen, nice girl, nice home - How did she fall this far?...
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Did You Know?
Ages: Natalie Wood
plays an 18 year old. Wood was born in July 1938, so as of the film's release date of August 1956 she was 18 years and 1 month. Richard Anderson
, who played her boyfriend, was 12 years older than Wood while Raymond Burr
was 21 years older than her (his character was said to be 32), making him old enough to be her father. Burr was only 2 years younger than Edmond O'Brien
who played Wood's father. Burr and a police officer refer to Anderson as "that boy" when in fact at the time Anderson had recently turned 30 years old.Mary Lawrence
, who was 38 at the time played Madge, Wood's supposed 27 year old sister. In fact, like Burr she was over 20 years older than Wood. Irene Hervey
played the mother of both Wood and Lawrence. She was only 9 years older than Lawrence while O'Brien was only 3 years older than Lawrence. See more
When Edmond O'Brien is getting ready to watch a movie on TV, he pours himself a glass of beer which is almost entirely foam. When he stands up to turn off the TV, the glass is suddenly full of beer. See more
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