Night Strangler, The (TV)

USA 1973

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The Night Strangler
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Directed by Dan Curtis

Made-for-TV movie, sequel to The Night Stalker. After being run out of Las Vegas, Kolchak heads for Seattle and another reporting job with the local paper. Here he tries to solve the mystery of several strangulations that recur every few years, where the victims are drained of blood

a.k.a. The Night Strangler


Cast:
Darren McGavin as Carl Kolchak
Jo Ann Pflug as Louise Harper
Simon Oakland as Tony Vincenzo
Scott Brady as Capt. Schubert
Wally Cox as Mr. Berry
Margaret Hamilton as Prof. Crabwell
John Carradine as Llewellyn Crossbinder
Al Lewis as Tramp
Nina Wayne as Charisma Beauty
Virginia Peters as Wilma Krankheimer
Kate Murtagh as Janie Watkins
Ivor Francis as Dr. Webb
Diane Shalet as Joyce Gabriel
Anne Randall as Policewoman Sheila
Regina Parton as Merissa

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