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Night Cries (1978)

A young woman whose baby died in childbirth refuses to believe it and has dreams that her child is still alive and in danger. A scientist who is conducting experiments about dreams tries to help her.

Director:

Richard Lang

Writer:

Brian Taggert
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Susan Saint James ... Jeannie Haskins
Michael Parks ... Mitch Haskins
Jamie Smith-Jackson ... Peggy Barton (as Jamie Smith Jackson)
Dolores Dorn ... Nurse Green (as Delores Dorn)
Cathleen Nesbitt ... Mrs. Delesande
Britt Leach ... Dr. Medlow
S. Pearl Sharp S. Pearl Sharp ... Bea Pryor (as Saundra Sharp)
William Conrad ... Dr. Whelan
Carl Byrd Carl Byrd ... George Pryor
James Keane ... Charlie
Jennifer Penney Jennifer Penney ... Woman (as Jennifer Penny)
Lee Kessler Lee Kessler ... Cynthia
Ellen Geer ... Mrs. Whitney
Diana Douglas ... Mrs. Thueson
Robert Starr ... Receptionist
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A young woman whose baby died in childbirth refuses to believe it and has dreams that her child is still alive and in danger. A scientist who is conducting experiments about dreams tries to help her.

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Genres:

Drama | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1978 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Muerte en la noche See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Scary Old Classic!
9 December 2001 | by CarrigonSee all my reviews

I saw this movie when it first aired on tv, years ago, and it has stayed with me my whole life. I still remember it. Night Cries had all the really good scary things from old tv horror movies in it. Basically, it's about a woman who was told her baby died in childbirth, but she swears she can hear it crying every night. Something is telling her, this baby is alive. So she does everything she can to track it down and everyone keeps telling her she's crazy. But the truth is, she has a supernatural connection to this child. I would have to rate this one as an old classic. I just wish it would come out on video or dvd.


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