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A scheming widow hatches a daring plan to get her hands on her late husband's inheritance, unbeknownst to her that she is targeted by an axe-wielding murderer who lurks within the family's... See more »

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Richard Haloran
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Louise Haloran
Bart Patton ...
Billy Haloran
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Kane
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Justin Caleb
Eithne Dunne ...
Lady Haloran (as Ethne Dunn)
Peter Read ...
John Haloran
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Simon
Ron Perry ...
Arthur
Derry O'Donavan ...
Lillian
Barbara Dowling ...
Kathleen Haloran

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Francis Ford Coppola ... (as Francis Coppola)

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Francis Ford Coppola ... (written by) (as Francis Coppola)
 
Jack Hill ... (second unit written by)

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Roger Corman ... producer
Marianne Wood ... associate producer

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Ronald Stein

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Charles Hannawalt ... director of photography (as Charles Hanawalt)

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Stuart O'Brien
Morton Tubor ... (as Mort Tubor)

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Donald Shebib ... assistant editor (uncredited)

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Al Locatelli ... (as Albert Locatelli)

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Richard F. Dalton ... assistant director (as Richard Dalton)
Jack Hill ... second unit director

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Eleanor Coppola ... set director (as Eleanor Neil)
Edward Delaney ... sculpture

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Joseph Gross ... sound
Liam Saurin ... sound

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John Vicario ... camera operator
Michael Vines ... best boy

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Les Baxter ... composer: stock music (uncredited)

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George Brady ... technician
Patrick Brady ... technician
William Joseph Bryan Jr. ... technical advisor (as Dr. William Joseph Bryan Jr. M.D.)
Eyemonn Callian ... production assistant
Patrick Doyle ... technician
Paul Julian ... titles
Michael Purcell ... technician
Angela Wadlow ... script supervisor
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Plot Summary

Whilst out on a rowboat with his wife Louise, John Haloran has a heart attack and dies. She casts his body overboard and hides his death telling the family he left on an urgent business trip. Louise's main concern is that she can only hope to inherit part of his family fortune if he's still alive. The Halorans are a strange family. They are still grieving over the death of the youngest daughter, Kathleen, who drowned in a pond when she was a young child. The family hold an annual ceremony of remembrance, on the anniversary of her death. But this year someone is wielding an ax...intent on murder. Written by garykmcd

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Taglines You Must Pass the "D-13" Test To Prepare You for the Horrifying Experience of Dementia 13. If You Fail the Test...You Will Be Asked to Leave the Theater! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dementia (United States)
  • The Haunted and the Hunted (Ireland, English title)
  • The Haunted and the Hunted (United Kingdom)
  • Fright Night (Germany)
  • Demencia 13 (Spain)
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  • 75 min
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Budget $40,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Francis Ford Coppola was assisting Roger Corman on the set of The Young Racers (1963) in Ireland. Corman allowed Coppola to use the same set, crew and actors Luana Anders, William Campbell and Patrick Magee for this film if he could shoot around the shooting schedule of Corman's film. See more »
Goofs When Billy and Kane are walking around the pond, the boom mic falls into view. A little later, the shadow of the boom mic operator is visible on Kane. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Dementia 13 (2014). See more »
Soundtracks Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms See more »
Quotes Louise Haloran: It's nice to see her enjoying herself for a change. The mood around this place isn't good for her.... Especially an American girl. You can tell she's been raised on promises.
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