Douglas is a lonesome record salesman and a true fan of the actress Sally Ross. Every day he writes her gleaming letters of love. But the only response he gets are formal letters. So his love turns into hatred.
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
This is the story of a great star and a fan who went too far.
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The film's closing credits state: "The Producers wish to thank: The New York City Mayor's Office of Motion Pictures & Television, Nancy Littlefield, Director; The Movie & TV Unit of the New York City Police Department, Lt. Jesse Peterman, Commanding Officer; The New York City Transit Authority, Dennis Wendling, Manager of Special Events; Entermedia Theatre; Ben Kahn Furs." See more
Look, how long have we been together?
Seven years. I must be a masochist.
And I'm a spoiled bitch.
One of the greatest.
At the 57:17 mark, the spoken line in all theatrical prints and previous video versions is "Dearest Bitch, See how accessible you are? How would you liked to be fucked with a meat cleaver?" The 2002 DVD release from Paramount Home Entertainment replaces that line with "Dearest Bitch, I've exhausted myself on thinking of ways to kill you." No reasons were given for this alteration. The rest of the film, including the gore, is intact. The VHS version features the original line. See more
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