Tremendous freak out by Dennis (Anthony Perkins) at work in the lumber mill, chewed out by boss Dick O'Neill, edited by William Ziegler with images of Tuesday Weld, from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Spiky conversation between Mrs. Stepanek (Beverly Garland) and daughter Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) when her scheme to pass date Dennis (Anthony Perkins) off as a family friend falters, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Anthony Perkins is the one in trouble after he convinces a small-town girl (Tuesday Weld) he's a secret agent in Pretty Poison (1968).
Tuesday Weld (as drill-teamer Sue Ann) in her memorable first appearance, Dennis (Anthony Perkins) observing, as the credits roll in the second scene from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
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Man on a Swing, purportedly based on a true case, is a puzzling crime thriller concerning a clairvoyant who helps find a murderer. After a murder is committed, supposed clairvoyant Franklin Wills goes to police Chief Lee Tucker (Cliff Robertson) and gives him details of the crime that he has seen in visions. The details are startlingly correct and could only have been known to the killer. Tucker, not convinced that Wills is indeed clairvoyant, begins to suspect him of the murder. Joel Grey gives an outstanding, scene-stealing performance, giving Wills both menace and a surprising vulnerability.
A small-town police chief investigating a murder is offered help by a self-described psychic. However, when the chief discovers that the "psychic" is in possession of information known only to the police, he suspects that the man may be more involved in the case than he lets on.
A police chief investigating a murder is offered help by a psychic. When he discovers that the psychic possesses information known only to the police, he suspects that the man may be more involved in the case than he lets on.
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