Norliss Tapes, The (TV)

USA 1973

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The Norliss Tapes
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Directed by Dan Curtis

Made-for-TV movie. A newspaper publisher listens to the personal tapes of investigative reporter David Norliss (Roy Thinnes), who has disappeared during an investigation. The tapes tell the story of that investigation, involving a recent widow (Angie Dickenson) whose late husband has been seen working in his private studio. As Norliss and the widow investigate, they unravel a plot involving Voodoo and the walking dead. This movie was intended as a pilot for a TV series of the same name, however it was not picked up by NBC

a.k.a. The Norliss Tapes


Cast:
Roy Thinnes as David Norliss
Don Porter as Sanford T. Evans (publisher)
Angie Dickinson as Ellen Sterns Cort
Claude Akins as Sheriff Tom Hartley
Michele Carey as Marsha Sterns
Vonetta McGee as Mme. Jeckiel
Hurd Hatfield as Charles Langdon
Bryan O'Byrne as Mr. Dobkins
Ed Gilbert as Sid Phelps (coroner)
Jane Dulo as Sarah Dobkins
Robert Mandan as George Rosen (Norliss' lawyer)
Bob Schott as Sargoth
George DiCenzo as Man in Langdon gallery
Patrick M. Wright as Larry Mather (as Patrick Wright)
Nick Dimitri as James Raymond Cort

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