The Boston Strangler -- Tells the tale of the infamous killer from his perspective
Federal and local law officers try to catch a deadly serial killer (Tony Curtis) in The Boston Strangler (1968).
First scene for both real-life characters, William Marshall as the A-G Edward Brooke (who would become Senator Brooke), and Henry Fonda as assistant John Bottomly, being recruited to head the murder investigation team, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
Assistant AG Bottomly (Henry Fonda), acting on a tip from a spiteful acquaintance of antique dealer Huntley (Hurd Hatfield, his only scene), visits him at a Boston gay bar, both retaining some dignity, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
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The Boston Strangler is a gripping account of the real-life serial killer who stalked the Boston Common, leaving behind a trail of dead young women, and the detective who helped solve the case. Detective Phil DiNatale ultimately gets on the trail of a schizophrenic plumber named Albert De Salvo and cracks one of the most horrifying serial murder cases in U.S. history.
Manipulated by his cell mate while in prison, petty criminal Albert De Salvo falsely confesses to being the notorious Boston Strangler.
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