Horror Movies & Sci-Fi Movies Database
What if someone offered you the chance to begin again, with a new life that was organized to be exactly what you wanted it to be? That's what the organization offers some wealthy people. They find a life that is what their clients would have wanted, artist, writer, politician, kill the person who is to be replaced and surgically alter their clients to take their places. We follow a new client from first contact, through his staged death, to surgery, recovery and replacement. Of course thats when things become complicated.
What Are Seconds?... The Answer May Be Too Terrifying For Words!
Release Date: October 05, 1966
Runtime: 100 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Mystery, Drama
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 7.6
Buried.com Rating: 8.6 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for some nudity.
Rock Hudson ...Antiochus 'Tony' Wilson
Salome Jens ...Nora Marcus
John Randolph ...Arthur Hamilton
Will Geer ...Old Man
Jeff Corey ...Mr. Ruby
Richard Anderson ...Dr. Innes
Murray Hamilton ...Charlie Evans
Karl Swenson ...Dr. Morris
Khigh Dhiegh ...Davalo
Frances Reid ...Emily Hamilton
Wesley Addy ...John
John Lawrence ...Texan
Elisabeth Fraser ...Plump Blonde
Dodie Heath ...Sue Bushman (as Dody Heath)
Robert Brubaker ...Mayberry
Dorothy Morris ...Mrs. Filter
Barbara Werle ...Secretary
Frank Campanella ...Man in Station
Edgar Stehli ...Tailor Shop Presser
Aaron Magidow ...Meat Man
De De young ...Nurse
Francoise Ruggieri ...Girl in Boudoir
Thom Conroy ...Dayroom Attendant
Nedrick young ...Henry Bushman (as Ned young)
Kirk Duncan ...Mr. Filter
William Wintersole ...Doctor in Operating Room
Lewis John Carlino
More Movie Taglines:
- What Are Seconds?... The Answer May Be Too Terrifying For Words!
- Who are SECONDS? The answer is almost too terrifying for words. From the bold, bizarre best-seller. The story of a man who buys for himself a totally new life. A man who lives the age-old dream -- If only I could live my life all over again.
- Nora: What kind of man is he? There's grace in the line and color, but it doesn't emerge pure. It pushes at the edge of something still tentative, unresolved - as if somewhere in the man there is still a key unturned. Tony: That's quite an analysis. Nora: Not really. When you come to think of it - it sort of fits everybody, doesn't it?
Mr. Ruby: The question of death selection may be the most important decision in your life.
[first lines] Man in Station: Mr. Hamilton? Arthur Hamilton: Yes? [Man in train station hands Hamilton a folded sheet of paper and turns to walk away; Hamilton stares after him, then opens the folded paper to find an address, with no explanation]
Nora: This may hurt a little. Tony: I agreed to take my chances.
Nora: The good things always happen with the rain.
- The house that is provided for Rock Hudson's character was owned by director John Frankenheimer. It was later sold.
Arthur Hamilton's tennis trophy in reality belonged to John Frankenheimer.
The mounted fish over Arthur's mantle belonged to John Frankenheimer.
Nora's house is one in which John Frankenheimer formerly rented and lived.
French censorship certificate: -13.
» User Comments at imdb.com
» More information at imdb.com
New Identity, Surgery, Artist, Painting, Train ...[more]
Rating: 8.6 out of 10.0 - 55 votes cast total