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The Happening (1967)

A few hippies "go with the flow" and end up kidnapping a retired Mafia kingpin.

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(screenplay) (as Frank R. Pierson), (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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... Roc Delmonico
... Taurus
... Sureshot
... Herby (as Robert Walker)
... Monica
... Sandy
... Fred
... Sam
... Inspector
... O'Reilly
... First Motorcycle Officer
James Randolph Kuhl ... Arnold
... Second Motorcycle Officer
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A group of young drifters kidnap wealthy businessman Roc Delmonico just for kicks. They keep him captive, demanding a ransom for his safe release. However there is no one - wife, Mafia associates or mother - willing to part with the $200,000 ransom. Demonico is dismayed that no one appears unduly concerned about his fate and joins forces with the kidnappers to plot his revenge, blackmailing his once nearest and dearest into parting with $3,000,000 in hush money. Written by alfiehitchie

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kidnapping | independent film | See All (2) »

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...and suddenly they've got terror by the tail... See more »

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March 1967 (USA)  »

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Acontece Cada Coisa  »

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During 'The Happening''s shoot, Robert Walker Jr. was working on two projects at the same time. The second week of filming he did double duty shooting an episode of The Time Tunnel (1966), where he played Billy the Kid. See more »

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Sandy: I don't want to play this game any more.
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Early in the Morning
Music by Frank De Vol
Lyrics by William Roy
Performed by Stephen Doyle Smith
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An action/comedy with a lot of big names but not much of a storyline
6 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

I worked for Marian/Polan talent agency. And I was an extra in this movie down in Miami. I had some car scenes during a chase. I met Milton Berle when I did the show girl scenes at the Fountain Blue hotel. I only met Anthony Quinn's double. I was chosen by Anthony Quinn to play the double for Faye Dunaway but my mother would not let me dye my hair blonde for the part. I am still upset over that. Working as an extra I learned that many scenes use doubles. http://www.flickr.com/photos/66013135@N00/3298029225/ Me at age 18.

I have the movie on tape. I thought it was quite a good action film. But it was not my favorite Anthony Quinn movie. It seemed too disjointed. I believe this was Faye Dunaway's second movie. In the same year she made Bonnie and Clyde which was a much better movie. I loved the scenery of Miami as I am a born native of Miami. The movie is a good look at Miami, the way it was before it was ruined.


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