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Experiment in Terror

Year:
Duration:
123 min
Genres:
Crime | Mystery | Thriller
IMDB rate:
7.3
Director:
Blake Edwards
Awards:
Nominated for Golden Globe.
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1962-06-09
Filming Locations: 100 St. Germaine Street, San Francisco, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Lee Remick
Kelly Sherwood
Stefanie Powers
Toby Sherwood
Roy Poole
Brad
Ned Glass
Popcorn
Anita Loo
Lisa
Patricia Huston
Nancy Ashton
Gilbert Green
Special Agent
Clifton James
Capt. Moreno
Al Avalon
Man Who Picks Up Kelly
William Bryant
Chuck
Dick Crockett
FBI Agent #1
James Lanphier
Landlord
Ross Martin
Garland Humphrey 'Red' Lynch
Joanne Bahris
Tourist at Fishermans Wharf (uncredited)
James T. Callahan
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Bob Carraher
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Mario Cimino
Cook at The Hangout (uncredited)
Fred Coby
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Robert Coffey
Stadium Announcer (uncredited)
Barbara Collentine
Janie, FBI Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
Bob Dempsey
Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
Frederic Downs
Welk (uncredited)
Don Drysdale
Himself - Dodger Pitcher (uncredited)
Harvey Evans
Dave - Toby's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Mike Foran
Danny (uncredited)
Harold Goodwin
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Claire Griswold
Peggy (uncredited)
Warren Hsieh
Joey Soong (uncredited)
Kenny Jackson
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Helen Jay
Waitress at The Hangout (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg
Man at Ballpark (uncredited)
Tommy Lee
Chinese Waiter (uncredited)
Clarence Lung
Attorney Yung (uncredited)
Mari Lynn
Penny, Bank Teller (uncredited)
Edward Mallory
Dick - Kelly's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Kelly McCormick
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Fay McKenzie
Hospital Superintendent (uncredited)
Sidney Miller
The Drunk (uncredited)
Wally Moon
Himself - Dodger batter (uncredited)
George Moorman
Radio Man (uncredited)
Judee Morton
Louella Hendricks (uncredited)
Bill Neff
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Karen Norris
Saleswoman (uncredited)
Richard Norris
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Sherry O'Neil
Edna (uncredited)
Peggy Patten
Housekeeper (uncredited)
Gil Perkins
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Mary Ellen Popel
FBI Office Secretary (uncredited)
William Remick
The Coroner (uncredited)
John Roseboro
Himself - Dodger Catcher (uncredited)
Vin Scully
Himself - Dodgers Game Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
William Sharon
Raymond Burkhardt, Bank Manager (uncredited)
Audrey Swanson
Nurse (uncredited)
David Tomack
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Ken Wales
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Russ Whiteman
TV Director (uncredited)
Beal Wong
Pastor (uncredited)
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Trivia
Several elements of this film inspired scenes in David Lynch projects. To begin with, there is the Twin Peaks (1990) sign at the beginning of the film which served as obvious inspiration for the title card and setting of Lynch's television series of the same name. Also, a scene or two later (the infamous "opening" scene,) when Kelly is in here garage, the killer mentions that he has "killed twice before" - this is something which "Bob," the supposed killer from "Twin Peaks" also mentions. This scene also has uncanny resemblances to a scene in Lynch's Wild at Heart (1990) where Willem Dafoe's character, Bobby Peru, has Lula Fortune in his filthy grasp and is talking to her similarly. Later in the film, we find out that the killer in "Experiment in Terror" is actually called Garland "Red" Lynch. The resemblance to David Lynch's name is something which the director no doubt noticed, as he also named a character in "Twin Peaks" after him (Major Garland Briggs).
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Finnish visa # 61768 delivered on 24-10-1962.
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The date on the ticket for the baseball game at Candlestick Park was August 18, 1961. The final score was Giants 2, Dodgers 1.
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Goofs
There are official photos of President Eisenhower and President Kennedy in different government offices. However, this picture was filmed in 1961 (license plate stickers indicate as much), during a transition period from the Eisenhower to the Kennedy administration, so it is quite possible that there were portraits of both in some places. There were also some 48-star flags shown in some scenes; sometimes those in authority didn't get to making changes as quickly as today.
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In the baseball double play scene, the Los Angeles Dodgers' batter hitting the double play ground ball is #12, but, the runner getting thrown out at first base is #55.
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Quotes
Garland Humphrey 'Red' Lynch: Your sister's all right.
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Photos from cast
Glenn Ford