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Wicked, Wicked (1973)

A tongue-in-cheek psycho movie in "Duo-vision." The entire feature employs the split-screen technique used in parts of Brian De Palma's "Sisters" that same year. As a handyman at a seacoast... See full summary »


Richard L. Bare


Richard L. Bare




Complete credited cast:
David Bailey ... Rick Stewart
Tiffany Bolling ... Lisa James
Randolph Roberts ... Jason Gant
Scott Brady ... Police Sgt. Ramsey
Edd Byrnes ... Henry Peter 'Hank' Lassiter
Diane McBain ... Dolores Hamilton
Roger Bowen ... Simmons, Hotel Manager
Madeleine Sherwood ... Lenore Karadyne
Stefanianna Christopherson ... Genny (as Indira Danks)
Arthur O'Connell ... Mr. Fenley, Hotel Engineer
Jack Knight ... Bill Broderick
Patsy Garrett Patsy Garrett ... Mrs. Griswald - Housekeeper
Robert Nichols Robert Nichols ... Fred, Day Clerk
Kirk Bates Kirk Bates ... Owen Williams (as Kirk Bates and The Leaves of Grass)
Maryesther Denver Maryesther Denver ... Adele Moffett - Organist


A tongue-in-cheek psycho movie in "Duo-vision." The entire feature employs the split-screen technique used in parts of Brian De Palma's "Sisters" that same year. As a handyman at a seacoast hotel, Randolph Roberts wears a monster mask while he kills and dismembers women with blond hair. Tiffany Bolling is a singer, Scott Brady is a detective and Edd "Kookie" Burns is a lifeguard. The music is the original organ score for the silent film "Phantom of the Opera." Written by alfiehitchie

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First Sound, Then Color and Now Duo-Vision See more »


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Projected at a unique aspect ratio of 2.65:1. See more »


While Rick and Genevieve make out on the bed, Rick turns to answer his beeper. In close-up, his hand can't be seen, but when it cuts to a long shot, his hand is near his face. See more »


Rick Stewart: We don't need any beach freaks makin' out with the guests!
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Music for The Phantom of the Opera
Music by Maurice Baron
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Silly but not bad
16 June 2008 | by preppy-3See all my reviews

Movie takes place at a huge seaside hotel in California. In it handyman Jason (Randolph Roberts) attacks and kills blonde women. He then hides the bodies so they just go missing. The hotel has a security man searching for the people and beautiful Lisa James (Tiffany Bolling) is hired to sing there. She has black hair...but decides to wear a blonde wig which has Jason after her.

This was the first (and last) film shot in "Duo Vision"--basically a split screen used in 99.9% of the film (there are a few shots in the film not using it). It actually works pretty good sometimes. You see a person on one side of the screen and see what he's thinking of on the other. Still, it's just basically a gimmick to sell the film (it didn't work). The story itself is familiar and the killings are pretty non-bloody (this has a PG rating), but the acting itself is actually not half bad and the film kept my interest. Not a camp classic by any means but an OK film with a well-used split screen process. I give this a 7.

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15 June 1973 (USA) See more »

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2.65 : 1
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