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Eyes of Laura Mars ()


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A famous fashion photographer develops a disturbing ability to see through the eyes of a killer.

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Laura Mars
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John Neville
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Tommy Ludlow
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Donald Phelps
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Michael Reisler (as R.J.)
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Sal Volpe
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Michele
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Lulu
Rose Gregorio ...
Elaine Cassell
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Himself
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Robert
Meg Mundy ...
Doris Spenser
Marilyn Meyers ...
Sheila Weissman
Gary Bayer ...
Reporter
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Reporter
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Bert
Jeff Niki ...
Photo Assistant
Toshi Matsuo ...
Photo Assistant
John Edward Allen ...
Billy T. (as John E. Allen)
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Model
Deborah Beck ...
Model
Jim Devine ...
Model
Hanny Friedman ...
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Winnie Hollman ...
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Patty Oja ...
Model
Donna Palmer ...
Model
Sterling St. Jacques ...
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Rita Tellone ...
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Kari Page ...
Model
Dallas Edward Hayes ...
Douglas
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Policeman
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Policeman (as Al Joseph)
Gerald M. Kline ...
Policeman (as Gerald Kline)
Sal Richards ...
Policeman
Tom Degidon ...
Policeman
Paula Laurence ...
Aunt Caroline (as Paula Lawrence)
Joey R. Mills ...
Make-Up Person
John Sahag ...
Hairdresser
Hector Troy ...
Cab Driver
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Linda (uncredited)
Robert Dahdah ...
Crowd (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
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Man in Gallery (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
Ernie Pysher ...
Elaine Cassell Gallery Attendee (uncredited)
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Fat Thomas ...
Man With Dog (uncredited)

Directed by

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Irvin Kershner

Written by

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John Carpenter ... (screenplay) and
David Zelag Goodman ... (screenplay)
 
John Carpenter ... (story)
 
Tommy Lee Jones ... (monologue writer) (uncredited)
 
Julian Barry ... () (uncredited)
 
Mart Crowley ... () (uncredited)
 
Joan Tewkesbury ... () (uncredited)

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Jack H. Harris ... executive producer
Jon Peters ... producer
Laura Ziskin ... associate producer

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Artie Kane

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Victor J. Kemper ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Michael Kahn

Editorial Department

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Paul LaMastra ... assistant editor (as Paul La Mastra)
Emily Paine ... assistant editor (as Emily Payne)
Trudy Ship ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Gene Callahan

Art Direction by

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Robert Gundlach

Set Decoration by

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John Godfrey

Costume Design by

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Theoni V. Aldredge ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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Colleen Callaghan ... hairdresser
Vincent Callaghan ... makeup artist (as Vince Callaghan)
Lynn Donahue ... makeup artist (as Lynn Donohue)
Lee Harman ... makeup artist
Kaye Pownall ... hairstyles for Ms. Dunaway
Craig Lyman ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Louis A. Stroller ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mel Howard ... assistant director
Joseph Maimone Jr. ... second assistant director
Louis A. Stroller ... assistant director

Art Department

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Fred Sammut ... scenic chargeman
Walter Stocklin ... property master

Sound Department

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Allan Bromberg ... assistant: sound editor
Charles L. Campbell ... sound editor (as Chuck Campbell)
Robert Glass ... dubbing mixer
Robert Knudson ... dubbing mixer
Les Lazarowitz ... sound mixer
Don MacDougall ... dubbing mixer

Special Effects by

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Edward Drohan ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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James F. Liles ... special photographic effects (as James Liles)

Stunts

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Bill Anagnos ... stunt person
Tammas Hamilton ... stunt person
Jim Lovelett ... stunt person
Harry Madsen ... stunt person
Konrad Sheehan ... stunt person
Alex Stevens ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Lou Barlia ... camera operator
Rebecca Blake ... photographer: Eyes of Mars photographs
Jack Brown ... first assistant camera
Adger W. Cowans ... still man (as Adger Cowans)
James P. Dolan ... gaffer (as James Dolan)
James Finnerty ... key grip
Bruce MacCallum ... second assistant camera
Mik Cribben ... camera operator: second unit (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Cis Corman ... casting supervisor

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marilyn Bishop ... costumer: women
Jim Hagerman ... costumer: men (as James Hagerman)
Bernadene C. Mann ... wardrobe: Ms. Dunaway (as Bernadene Mann)

Location Management

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Vince Martinez ... location auditor

Music Department

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Joan Biel ... music editor
Charles Koppelman ... musical supervisor (as Charles A. Koppelman)

Transportation Department

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James Giblin ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Rebecca Blake ... special photographic consultant
Vic Heutschy ... unit publicist
Jerry Jaffe ... project assistant
Pennfield Jensen ... assistant: Mr. Kershner
George Justin ... production executive
Susan B. Landau ... special project assistant (as Susan Landau)
Francine Lefrak ... project assistant
Shari Leibowitz ... production office coordinator
Bette Nance ... script supervisor
Helmut Newton ... gallery photographs
Hugh Rawson ... project assistant
Donna Tomas ... assistant: Ms. Aldredge
Raechel Donahue ... voice talent (uncredited)
Ernie Pysher ... stand-in: Tommy Lee Jones (uncredited)
Howard R. Schuster ... financing (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Suddenly Laura Mars can see through the eyes of a serial killer as he commits his crimes. She contacts the police and with the aid of a police detective, tries to stop the killer. But first, they have to figure out who it is. Written by Brian W Martz

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Also Known As
  • Eyes (United States)
  • The Eyes of Laura Mars (World-wide, English title)
  • Les yeux de Laura Mars (France)
  • Los ojos de Laura Mars (Spain)
  • Gli occhi di Laura Mars (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Box Office

Budget $7,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $2,715,876

Did You Know?

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Trivia Barbra Streisand was originally cast, before being replaced by Faye Dunaway. See more »
Goofs During the catfight/car-burning photo shoot in Columbus Circle, Michele motions to Lulu (Darlanne Fluegel) to not pull her hair so hard and says, "God, Darlanne! You don't have to pull it that hard!" See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Visions (1978). See more »
Soundtracks Love Theme (Prisoner) See more »
Crazy Credits The film's closing credits roll over the first image of the movie, a black and white image of Laura's eyes as a negative. See more »
Quotes Laura: I can't understand... how it's possible... to live your whole life... without someone... and be doing more or less OK. And then suddenly you find them.
John Neville: You recognize them.
Laura: You recognize them. And... you know without them...
John Neville: [whispered] It's terrifying.
Laura: Yes.
John Neville: [whispered] It's beautiful.
Laura: Yes.
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