I Saw What You Did (1965)
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Two teenage girls occupy their time by randomly calling strangers, whispering "I saw what you did," and hanging up. When one of their victims turns out to be a man who has just murdered his wife, he thinks they witnessed the crime and sets out to find the girls and kill them.
Fate dials the number...terror answers the phone!
Also Known As:
I Saw What You Did and I Know Who You Are!
Title: I Saw What You Did
Release Date: July 21, 1965
Runtime: 82 mins
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 6.4
Buried.com Rating: 7.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With I
MPAA Rating: 15
Joan Crawford ...Amy Nelson
John Ireland ...Steve Marak
Leif Erickson ...Dave Mannering
Sara Lane ...Kit Austin (as Sarah Lane)
Andi Garrett ...Libby Mannering
Sharyl Locke ...Tess Mannering
Patricia Breslin ...Ellie Mannering
John Archer ...John Austin
John Crawford ...State Trooper
Joyce Meadows ...Judith Marak
Tom Hatten ...Gerald Nyes
Douglas Evans ...Tom Ward
Barbara Wilkin ...Mary Ward
Glen Vernon ...John Adams
Sara Anderson ...Jill Adams
Janet Hamill ...Linda
John Crowther ...Tommy Kane
Dee Carroll ...Telephone Operator
Russ Bender ...Police Sergeant
William P. McGivern
More Movie Taglines:
- Fate dials the number...terror answers the phone!
- You May Be the Target... of the Next Phone Call...
- Libby: I saw what you did, and I know who you are.
- Joan Crawford was paid $50,000 for four days work.
After Joan Crawford joined the cast her role was meant to be a cameo, although she was given top billing.
Joan Crawford was approached for this film one month after she left Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) due to an "ailment" that prevented her from working (which is believed to have actually been sick of working with her arch enemy Bette Davis). Therefore, William Castle requested that Crawford's doctors sign a statement attesting that she was completely well before giving her the role.
During its original theatrical release some theaters installed seat-belts so you couldn't be "shocked out of your seat".
Joan Crawford's role was originally offered to Grayson Hall, who would later join the cast of the enormously popular supernatural daytime soap opera "Dark Shadows" (1966) as Dr. Julia Hoffman, who tries to cure Barnabas Collins of being a vampire.
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