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Janice and Bill Templeton, a happily married couples the parents of well-adjusted preteen Ivy. But there worried about her nightmare every time it get near her birthday, But the family lives turns upside down when a mysterious man keeps follow them around, at first mistaken for a potential child molester, the man introduce himself as Elliot Hoover. He told about the loss of his wife and his five-year-old daughter, Audrey Rose who died from car accident, while his loss of his family he meet two psyches who told him that his daughter is alive again. There don't believe his story and they think he's crazy, but Ivy nightmare grows worse, but this time scream and runs around the room bang her hands at the window, Could Hoover story of reincarnation is true...?
A haunting vision of reincarnation.
Title: Audrey Rose
Release Date: April 06, 1977
Runtime: 113 mins
All Genres: Drama, Horror, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 5.7
Buried.com Rating: 6.7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With A
MPAA Rating: PG
Marsha Mason ...Janice Templeton
Anthony Hopkins ...Elliot Hoover
John Beck ...Bill Templeton
Susan Swift ...Ivy Templeton
Norman Lloyd ...Dr. Steven Lipscomb
John Hillerman ...Scott Velie
Robert Walden ...Brice Mack
Philip Sterling ...Judge Langley
Ivy Jones ...Mary Lou Sides
Stephen Pearlman ...Russ Rothman
Aly Wassil ...Maharishi Gupta Pradesh
Mary Jackson ...Mother Veronica
Richard Lawson ...Policeman #1
Tony Brande ...Detective Fallon
Elizabeth Farley ...Carole Rothman
Ruth Manning ...Customer in Store
Stanley Brock ...Cashier in Store
David Wilson ...Policeman #2
David Fresco ...Dominick
Pat Corley ...Dr. Webster
Eunice Christopher ...Mrs. Carbone
Karen Anders ...Maria (waitress)
Hanns Manship ...Reporter
Frank De Felitta
Frank De Felitta
Frank De Felitta
More Movie Taglines:
- A haunting vision of reincarnation.
- Suddenly Their Lives Were Engulfed By Supernatural Terror!
- Born 1959
- Died 1964
- Born 1964
- Suppose a stranger told you your daughter was his daughter in another life? Suppose you began to believe him? Suppose it was true?
- Elliot Hoover: It's alright now. It's alright. The soul is set free. The soul is set free.
Brice Mack: Mrs. Templeton, do you believe in reincarnation? Janice Templeton: I do now.
Ivy Templeton: It'd be really wonderful, wouldn't it mom. It'd be fantastic.
Bill Templeton: You're saying reincarnation. I mean, is that what you're saying?
Janice Templeton: What do you mean your daughter? This my daughter we're talking about? My child! Elliot Hoover: You don't understand. Janice Templeton: I don't want to understand. You're crazy? And my husband said so and I want you outta of here. Elliot Hoover: Is your fear talking? Janice Templeton: No, this is me talking and I am telling my daughter is not possessed. Elliot Hoover: We're not talking about possession, Mrs. Templeton. We're talking about reincarnation.
- Brooke Shields screen tested for the title role.
According to the book, "The Case for Reincarnation" by Joe Fisher, the screenplay for "Audrey Rose" was inspired by an actual incident in author De Felitta's life. Hearing expert ragtime piano coming from his family's music room, he was astonished to discover it was being produced by his six-year-old son, who had never had a music lesson. "My fingers are doing it by themselves, Daddy!", the boy said. "Isn't it wonderful?" The experience set him to contemplating the possibility of reincarnation.
This is the only on of his films for which Robert Wise had a full week of rehearsal before shooting.
Susan Swift's first movie.
Jon Pertwee was the original choice for the role of Elliot Hoover.
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