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Footsteps (1974)

Two women are worried because a series of murders is leading to their house.

Director:

Alan Parker

Writer:

Alan Parker
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Gemma Jones ... Mollie
Rose Hill Rose Hill ... Mrs. Kosky
Robert Bridges Robert Bridges ... Mr. Welbeck
Hugh Cross Hugh Cross ... Doctor
Anna Cropper ... Iris
Lane Meddick Lane Meddick ... Inspector Davis
Brian Croucher Brian Croucher ... Williams
Frederick Farley Frederick Farley ... Mr. Cravenham
Don Henderson ... Policeman
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Two women are worried because a series of murders is leading to their house.

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Canada | UK

Language:

English

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October 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bedrohliche Stille See more »

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Mono

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Color
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A Hidden Gem
21 June 2009 | by bml84See all my reviews

A classic little Gem, which, for those of a certain age, will recall an era of late films screened just before closedown. Something to give people throughout the land a quick shiver before the anonymous announcer wished them a good night and, ironically, to sleep well.

It belongs to an era of Public Information Films and Late Call, when Late Night TV consisted of a short burst of tasteful stills shown to haunting music before the screen went black.

Almost forgotten now, it was a frequent little visitor to the late slots (well, it was in Scotland) and evokes that 70's 'Thriller' period to great effect, when the nights seemed much darker and more lonely.

Well worth the seeking out- Excellent Structure & Acting.


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