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The Trap (1966)

A fur trapper takes a mute girl as his unwilling wife to live with him in his remote cabin in the woods.

Director:

Sidney Hayers

Writer:

David D. Osborn (story and screenplay) (as David Osborn)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Rita Tushingham ... Eve
Oliver Reed ... La Bete
Rex Sevenoaks ... The Trader
Barbara Chilcott Barbara Chilcott ... Trader's Wife
Linda Goranson ... Trader's Daughter
Blain Fairman Blain Fairman ... Clerk
Walter Marsh ... Preacher
Joseph Golland Joseph Golland ... Baptiste (as Jo Golland)
Jon Granik Jon Granik ... No Name
Merv Campone Merv Campone ... Yellow Dog
Reg McReynolds Reg McReynolds ... Captain (as Reginald McReynolds)
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A fur trapper takes a mute girl as his unwilling wife to live with him in his remote cabin in the woods.

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Details

Country:

UK | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

July 1967 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

La trampa See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor) (uncredited)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Rita Tushingham does not utter a single word in the entire film. See more »

Goofs

Jean Labête continually pronounces Québec in the English fashion, pronouncing the 'U' (Kwebek), despite being raised there, and presumably having French as his first language... He should pronounce it without the 'U', which in French is silent... (Kébek). See more »

Connections

Featured in Talkies: Rita Tushingham (2018) See more »

Soundtracks

Eightsome Reel
(uncredited)
Traditional
Arranged by Ron Goodwin
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good for a rainy afternoon when only adolescent dreams will do
15 February 2005 | by fan-36See all my reviews

I fell in love with Oliver Reed when I was a mere a slip of a girl. That's what this movie is -- a teenage fantasy. Performances are great for the era and the script. Surprisingly NOT overdone, though it's a melodrama to beat all melodramas. Pretty neat that most of the action is centered around only two people - scenes with others in them are only at the beginning and end - and the two carry it off quite well - the action holds. Rita Tushingham did a fine job without ever saying a word. That's acting. Tough to write "dialogue" for Reed to get the story out - and his own back story - when the person he's talking to never speaks to move the narrative along. The scriptwriters handled it pretty well during the time they spend alone in the wild. Oliver Reed, hairy and covered in skins, was as masculine a hunk of man needing domestication as any young girl could ask for. Too bad he made lots of bad movie choices (perhaps because that's what he was offered -- being a difficult actor), because he was delightfully bad-boy gorgeous and had incredible chemistry on camera. (Sighhhh)


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