Experiment in Terror (1962)
Average Rating: 8.4/10
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Release Date: Jan 1, 1962 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
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Bank teller Lee Remick is accosted in her garage one dark night by asthmatic psycho Ross Martin. He forces her to go through with an elaborate robbery scheme, threatening to kill Lee's teen-aged sister Stefanie Powers if the police are summoned. FBI agent Glenn Ford suspects that something is amiss and advises Lee to play along with Martin, hoping in this way to capture this dangerous criminal with a minimum of bloodshed. Unfortunately, Martin is as clever as he is deadly, always managing to
Jan 1, 1962 Wide
Jun 10, 2003
Sony Pictures Entertainment
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This stylish noir thriller is one of Blak Edwards' best films and one of the genre's highlights, well acted by Lee Remick, exquisitely shot by Philip Lathrop, and moodily composed by Henry Mancini, who contributes a great jazz score
One of director Blake Edwards' best w/terrific Mancini score.
Superior thriller from before Edwards' typecasting as a comedy specialist.
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