The particularly brutal rape assault of a sixteen year-old schoolgirl in a wooded common provokes Det. Chief Supt. Velyan (Frank Finlay - Casanova) into employing unorthodox measures to catch the maniac. He listens intently to Doctor Greg Lomax's (James Laurenson - Spooks) rudimentary profiling technique in the hope that it will give him insight into the man's behaviour, which is obviously intensifying and escalating when a second schoolgirl is both raped and murdered. This time the killer was careless, however, as Julie west (Suzy Kendall - Fear is the Key, the Sandwich Man), the school's art mistress, saw him when he drove into the Common in pursuit of his second victim. Putting her own life in extreme jeopardy, she sketches the face she saw and determines to catch the killer.

Not seen since its original cinema release in 1971, this hard-hitting psychological thriller is tautly directed by Sidney Hayers (Mister Jerico, The Avengers) from a script by BAFTA-nominated John Kruse (Hell Drivers, The Saint)., The particularly brutal rape assault of a sixteen year-old schoolgirl in a wooded common provokes Det. Chief Supt. Velyan (Frank Finlay - Casanova) into employing unorthodox measures to catch the maniac. He listens intently to Doctor Greg Lomax's (James Laurenson - Spooks) rudimentary profiling technique in the hope that it will give him insight into the man's behaviour, which is obviously intensifying and escalating when a second schoolgirl is both raped and murdered. This time the killer was careless, however, as Julie west (Suzy Kendall - Fear is the Key, the Sandwich Man), the school's art mistress, saw him when he drove into the Common in pursuit of his second victim. Putting her own life in extreme jeopardy, she sketches the face she saw and determines to catch the killer.

Not seen since its original cinema release in 1971, this hard-hitting psychological thriller is tautly directed by Sidney Hayers (Mister Jerico, The Avengers) from a script by BAFTA-nominated John Kruse (Hell Drivers, The Saint).

Special Features:

  • Image Gallery.
  • Tales of The Unexpected.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
  • There's One Born Every Minute: a 1981 edition featuring Frank Finlay.
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Tony Beckley

Frank Finlay

Freddie Jones

Lesley-Anne Down

Suzy Kendall

James Laurenson
Director:
Sidney Hayers
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
1.75:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network

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The particularly brutal rape assault of a sixteen year-old schoolgirl in a wooded common provokes Det. Chief Supt. Velyan (Frank Finlay - Casanova) into employing unorthodox measures to catch the maniac. He listens intently to Doctor Greg Lomax's (James Laurenson - Spooks) rudimentary profiling technique in the hope that it will give him insight into the man's behaviour, which is obviously intensifying and escalating when a second schoolgirl is both raped and murdered. This time the killer was careless, however, as Julie west (Suzy Kendall - Fear is the Key, the Sandwich Man), the school's art mistress, saw him when he drove into the Common in pursuit of his second victim. Putting her own life in extreme jeopardy, she sketches the face she saw and determines to catch the killer.

Not seen since its original cinema release in 1971, this hard-hitting psychological thriller is tautly directed by Sidney Hayers (Mister Jerico, The Avengers) from a script by BAFTA-nominated John Kruse (Hell Drivers, The Saint)., The particularly brutal rape assault of a sixteen year-old schoolgirl in a wooded common provokes Det. Chief Supt. Velyan (Frank Finlay - Casanova) into employing unorthodox measures to catch the maniac. He listens intently to Doctor Greg Lomax's (James Laurenson - Spooks) rudimentary profiling technique in the hope that it will give him insight into the man's behaviour, which is obviously intensifying and escalating when a second schoolgirl is both raped and murdered. This time the killer was careless, however, as Julie west (Suzy Kendall - Fear is the Key, the Sandwich Man), the school's art mistress, saw him when he drove into the Common in pursuit of his second victim. Putting her own life in extreme jeopardy, she sketches the face she saw and determines to catch the killer.

Not seen since its original cinema release in 1971, this hard-hitting psychological thriller is tautly directed by Sidney Hayers (Mister Jerico, The Avengers) from a script by BAFTA-nominated John Kruse (Hell Drivers, The Saint).

Special Features:

  • Image Gallery.
  • Tales of The Unexpected.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
  • There's One Born Every Minute: a 1981 edition featuring Frank Finlay.
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Tony Beckley

Frank Finlay

Freddie Jones

Lesley-Anne Down

Suzy Kendall

James Laurenson
Director:
Sidney Hayers
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
1.75:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network
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