Death Scream (1975)





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The 1975 TV movie Death Scream is based on the shameful Kitty Genovese affair of 1964, in which a N.Y.C. woman was stabbed to death while 38 witnesses locked their windows and doors and pretended not to hear. Raul Julia stars as the detective who investigates the murder and stirs up the guilt feelings of those who refused to help. The film casts celebrity actors in the roles of the witnesses (Diahann Carroll, Cloris Leachman, Lucie Arnaz, Nancy Walker, Art Carney, et al.).
Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense , Television
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RSO Films


Raul Julia
as Rodriguez
John P. Ryan
as Lambert
Eric Braeden
as Kosinsky
Nancy Walker
as Mrs. Jacobs
Phillip Clark
as Det. Johnny Bellon
Tony Dow
as Joey
Cloris Leachman
as Mrs. Singleton
Todd Susman
as Jimmy
Allyn Ann McLerie
as Mrs. Whitmore
Edward Asner
as Singleton
Art Carney
as Jacobs
Tina Louise
as Hilda Murray
Les Lannom
as Mr. Daniels
Belinda Balaski
as Jimmy Storm
Dimitra Arliss
as Mrs. Kosinsky
William Bryant
as Harry Whitmore
Joan Goodfellow
as Mrs. Daniels
Thelma Houston
as Lady Wing Ding
Bert Freed
as Det. Ross
Don Pedro Colley
as Det. Hughes
Gail Bonney
as Landlady
Joe E. Tata
as Det. Linsky
Robert Ito
as Intern
Rick Trager
as Mr. Deutch
George Loros
as Sgt. Lloyd
Jose Centeno
as Frank Martinez
Paul Reid Roman
as Patrolman Alpert
Morris Buchanan
as Sanitation Man
Bill Quinn
as Man with Cigar
James Jeter
as Bus Driver
Carolyn Ames
as Receptionist
Frank Ventgen
as 1st Patrolman
Frank Wheller
as Black Man
Ava Readdy
as Girl
Alan Paige
as Technician
Tina Menard
as Mrs. Martinez
Tony Mancini
as Worker
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