Wicked, Wicked 1973

Wicked, Wicked

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Simmons (Roger Bowen), the manager of a seaside hotel in California, has a problem: Guests are turning up dead, and Sgt. Ramsey (Scott Brady), the hotel's detective, has no information as to the identity of the murderer. The only thing anybody knows is that the killer wears a strange mask and has a fondness for blonde women. As Ramsey tracks down a list of suspects that includes the hotel handyman, Lisa (Tiffany Bolling), the hotel's lounge singer, finds herself in danger.

Cast & Crew

Scott Brady
Police Sgt. Ramsey
David Bailey
Rick Stewart
Edd Byrnes
Henry Peter "Hank" Lassiter
Diane McBain
Dolores Hamilton
Madeleine Sherwood
Lenore Karadyne
Jack Knight
Bill Broderick
Richard L. Bare
Screenwriter
William T. Orr
Executive Producer
Frederick Gately
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  • Sep 21, 2011
    Despite its low budget and lousy cast (the biggest name: Edd Byrnes), "Wicked, Wicked" is not as awful as one might guess. The "DuoVision" gimmick is the film's main lure but it's used quite cleverly at times, such as when a character lies about her past and the second screen reveals the seedy truth. Another intriguing element is the score, which is played "live" by a bizarre, elderly organist who often appears on camera. Turns out it's actually reused music from the classic "Phantom of the Opera" silent (which obviously influenced this film's plot). But beware: The contemporary songs warbled by a stalked lounge singer (Tiffany Bolling) are more gruesome than any of the film's stabbings. Brian De Palma has nothing to worry about.
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