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A Stranger is Watching

The movie A Stranger is Watching was based on the book A Stranger is Watching.

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Movie details for A Stranger is Watching

The movie was released in 1982 and directed by Sean S. Cunningham. A Stranger is Watching was produced by Warner Home Video. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com.

Actors on this movie include Kate Mulgrew, Rip Torn, James Naughton, Shawn von Schreiber, Barbara Baxley, Stephen Joyce, James Russo, Frank Hamilton (II), Maggie Task, Roy Poole, Maurice Copeland, Eleanor Phelps, Joanne Dorian, Stephen Strimpell, David Brooks (IV), William Hickey, Jenny Ventriss, Jason Robards III, Richard Seff and Ruth Klinker.

 

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They don't see him, but he's there. A stranger is watching; plotting; planning; and anticipating every move they make. Then he strikes. He imprisons a little girl and a famous reporter in the dank maze of tunnels beneath New York's Grand Central Station. ... Read More
They don't see him, but he's there. A stranger is watching; plotting; planning; and anticipating every move they make. Then he strikes. He imprisons a little girl and a famous reporter in the dank maze of tunnels beneath New York's Grand Central Station. The kidnapper is a remorseless psychopath who wants to collect a ransom, then murder his captives. His victims' only hope is their own wits - and the aid of the dazed and desperate homeless people who roam this urban netherworld. Kate Mulgrew is heartrendingly believable as the reporter and Rip Torn gives a harrowing performance as the kidnapper in this nightmarish shocker based on the Mary Higgins Clark suspense novel and directed by Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th). A Stranger Is Watching: You won't be able to look away.

Book details for A Stranger is Watching

A Stranger is Watching was written by Mary Higgins Clark. The book was published in 1977 by Dell. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

Mary Higgins Clark also wrote Where Are the Children? (1983).

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