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Forced Entry (1976)

PG | | Horror, Thriller | 23 June 1976 (USA)
A serial rapist stalks and murders prostitutes.

Director:

Jim Sotos

Writer:

Henry Scarpelli (original story and screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Tanya Roberts ... Nancy Ulman
Ron Max Ron Max ... Carl
Nancy Allen ... Hitch Hiker
Brian Freilino Brian Freilino ... Peter Ulman
Vasco Valladeres Vasco Valladeres ... Pimp in Car (as Vasco Valladares)
Robin Leslie Robin Leslie ... Hooker in Car
Billy Longo Billy Longo ... Charlie
Michael Tucci ... Richie
Beth Carlton Beth Carlton ... Mrs. Hayes
David Kerman David Kerman ... Man with Dog
Frankie Verroca Frankie Verroca ... Delivery Boy (as Frank Verroca)
Michele Miles Michele Miles ... Girl on Bike
Glenn Scarpelli ... Glenn Ulman
Amy Levitan Amy Levitan ... Amy Ulman
Tammy Beker Tammy Beker ... Phyllis on Phone (voice)
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Horror/thriller about a psychotic mechanic whose history of childhood abuse at the hands of his mother leads to murderous rage against women. When he ends up falling for one of his potential victims, the terrified but resourceful woman manages to manipulate his amorous feelings so she can escape. Written by Ørnås

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Some don't LIVE to report it...While most teenagers won't admit it. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 June 1976 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Last Entry See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Producer Henry Scarpelli was also a long-time comic book artist. Early in his career, he specialized in licensed adaptions for Dell like Hogan's Heroes and Get Smart. At DC Comics, he transitioned to what would become his specialty: Teen humor. Scarpelli pencilled and inked titles like Debbi's Dates, Binky, Binky's Buddies and Angel and the Ape. When DC discontinued the entire genre from their publishing schedule, Scarpelli was recruited by the seminal standard bearer for that genre, Archie Comics. Scarpelli was the main illustrator for Archie's various titles during the 1990s and 2000s. He even launched a short lived titled for Archie Comics, "Glenn Scarpelli Goes to Hollywood" which was a comic retelling of his sons adventures as a child actor on shows like One Day at A Time and Jennifer Slept Here. Glenn Scarpelli has a small part in this film. See more »

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Referenced in The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs: Tourist Trap (2018) See more »

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Few redeeming qualities ................
1 November 2011 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

Opening with an unseen attacker ranting about hookers, followed by some ridiculous set up assaults on female victims, "Forced Entry" has few redeeming qualities, and is in fact a quite tedious exploitation film. The psycho rapist, Ron Max, comes across as nothing more than a weak David Hess clone. Slow motion assaults are repeated in dream sequences, while voice overs further weaken an already weak screenplay. The climactic home invasion takes forever to get underway, as Tanya Roberts talks on the phone, makes tea, reads magazines etc. This movie actually pushes the viewers patience to the breaking point, and is not recommended even for die hard exploitation fans. - MERK


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