Doris Day portrays a rich young wife living in London who is the target of life-threatening phone calls and near fatal accidents. Everyone becomes a potential murderer, including her debonair husband, an adoring next- door-neighbor, and a construction foreman working nearby. Academy Award Nominations: Best (Color) Costume Design.
Alexander Golitzen - Oscar winning production designer, SPARTACUS
Leon Barsha - Editor\"Lady In A Cage"
Ivan Goff - Screenwriter
Roddy McDowall - British actor, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY
Roderick Andrew Anthony Jude McDowall - British actor, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY
Roddy MacDowall - British actor, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY
Roddy McDowell - British actor, HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY
Rex Harrison - British actor
Martin Melcher - American Producer
Hermione Baddeley - British Actress
Doris Day - American Actress/Singer, PILLOW TALK (1959)
Doris Von Kappelhoff - American Actress/Singer, PILLOW TALK (1959)
John Gavin - American Actor/Ex-Ambassador/ Boring Guy in PSYCHO
Jack Golenor - American Actor/Ex-Ambassador/ Boring Guy in PSYCHO
Joseph Gershenson - Music Director/Music Supervisor
Joe Gershenson - Music Director/Music Supervisor
J.G. Sanford - Music Director/Music Supervisor
Joseph G. Sanford - Music Director/Music Supervisor
Joseph Sanford - Music Director/Music Supervisor
Ross Hunter - Producer
Martin Fuss - Producer
John Williams - Actor
David Miller - Director, early '40s-early '80s, MIDNIGHT LACE
Frank Skinner - American Composer/D. 1968
Myrna Loy - Voted "Queen of Hollywood" to Clark Gable's "King"
Myrna Williams - Voted "Queen of Hollywood" to Clark Gable's "King"
Herbert Marshall - British Actor/In USA & UK
Natasha Parry - British Actress
Russell Metty - American Director of Photography
The beautiful Kit Preston becomes disconcerted when she starts receiving crank calls claiming that her life is in jeopardy. Although She tells police about the messages, her somewhat hysterical manner leaves them convinced that the danger is all in her imagination.... or fakes, in order to get attention from her neglectful husband. However, two people know that the peril is very real, indeed...
"...The very tricksy screenplay is full of red herrings..." - 05/01/2000 Sight and Sound, p.66