Clint Eastwood's first film as a director is a good one with adequate suspense and some timely shocks to keep the story moving. He plays a disc jockey plagued by a female fan who loves him to death... See FATAL ATTRACTION for an interesting comparison. Features the Roberta Flack song "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face."
Clint Eastwood - American actor/director, THE GOOD, THE BAD.../UNFORGIVEN
James McEachin - American Actor
John Larch - American Supporting Actor
Robert Daley - Producer/Executive
Dee Barton - American Composer
Irene Hervey - American actress
Jack Ging - American TV/Film Actor
Don Siegel - American Director/Editor
Donald Siegel - American Director/Editor
Jessica Walter - American TV/Film Actress
Donna Mills - American TV Actress
Carl Pingitore - Editor/Producer
Jo Heims - Screenwriter/Writer
Alexander Golitzen - Oscar winning production designer, SPARTACUS
Clarice Taylor - American Supporting Actor
Bruce Surtees - Director of Photography & son of Robert Surtees
Dean Riesner - American Screenwriter
Dean F. Riesner - American Screenwriter
A dangerously psychotic woman becomes jealously fixated on a radio disc jockey, begins following him around, and threatens not only his life, but those closest to him.
Theatrical Release: November 12, 1971 Directorial debut for actor Clint Eastwood. Director, Don Siegel, has a bit part as Murphy, the Bartender. Jack Kosslyn was the dialogue coach, and also played the cab driver.
Rating: A- - 09/06/1996 Entertainment Weekly, p.83