The Invisible Strangler (1976)

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The Invisible Strangler
 

Released in 1976: An insane madman learns how to use ESP to disappear and kill his victims without being detected.

Directed by John Florea

The Actors: Robert Foxworth (Lieutenant Charles Barrett), Stefanie Powers (Candy Barrett), Elke Sommer (Christine Hartman), Sue Lyon (Darlene De Long), Mark Slade (Detective Holt), Leslie Parrish (Colleen Hudson), Marianna Hill (Bambi Greer), Percy Rodrigues (Police Captain Wells), Alex Dreier (Doctor Ulmer), Rayford Barnes (Sergeant Archer), Frederick Tully (Detective Sloan), Frank Ashmore (Roger Sands), Larry Golden (Detective Rouseau), Renata Vaselle (Roxane Raymond), Cesare Danova (Mario), Eddie Firestone (Jacobs), Bill Overton (Kingsley), Carol Blalock (Sergeant Davis), Jennifer Burton (policewoman), George Cheung (medical examiner Jim), Albert Cole (cop in alley), John Hart (harbormaster), Robert F. Hoy (Harris), Harry Lewis (stage manager), Walter O. Miles (fingerprint man), Queenie Smith (Darlene's landlady), Al Tipay (Miller), Frank DeSal (prison guard), Troy Melton (prison guard), George Robotham (cemetary guard), Jerry Wills (cop), Budd Bryan (lead dancer), Bea Marie Busch (dancer), Bonnie Evans (dancer), Kathy Gale (dancer), Marcia Hewitt (dancer), Nancy Martin (dancer), Judy Van Wormer (dancer), David McKnight (unknown), Jo Anne Meredith (Carlotta Sands), Sunset Moody (unknown), George Sawaya (unknown), Mark Schneider (unknown), Dean Smith (unknown)

 
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Beautiful Babes . . . Beware!

What a thriller, and I really enjoyed seeing some of the 'babes' from when I was a young fellow. Sue Lyon didn't get much of a part, but Stefanie Powers and Elke Sommer were a joy to watch . . . I felt 30 years younger just watching them again on the big screen. Unfortunately for them, there is a mad killer on the loose who is able to make himself invisible. Roger is the son of a dancer who doesn't want the world to know that she has a grown son because it might hinder her career, so Roger goes bananas and kills mommy, and as the movie opens he is sitting in a prison cell in a mental facility for nut-jobs. But Roger is no dummy . . . he reads every book in the library and becomes a genius at ESP and mental telepathy . . . In fact, he goes beyond what science of that day can do, and is able to disappear and reappear miles away at will, with a star-trek like sparkly vanishing act. So he takes himself out of the mental prison and starts on a rampage killing beautiful women that remind him of his mother. Actresses, dancers, performers . . . no gorgeous gal is safe while Roger is around. The police, headed by man-hunk Robert Foxworth with his 1970's style curly blonde hair, as Lieutenant Charles Barrett, are helpless to stop the mad killer's carnage. This demented killer manages to kill a dancer on stage during a rehearsal performance with cops in the wings and our main cop sitting in the audience watching. As the cops go to warn the next gal that she is in danger, they usually arrive minutes too late, and find not the killer but the corpse of another beautiful girl. Finally there is only Elke Sommer left . . . . er . . . . I mean Christine Hartman, who is locked up in her mansion with cops all around the place. Darkness falls on the house and the killer arrives . . . getting by the electric fence and other traps that the cops have set. One by one policemen guarding the house are being killed, and the killer is drawing ever so much closer to the upstairs bedroom where our target lady is hiding in fear with a lady cop and our hero. With dead cops lying all around the mansion, and our hero and next victim seemingly powerless to do anything but wait for their own death, it looks like the bad guy will win this time. This movie was riginally released as The Astral Factor and released again later as The Invisible Strangler. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Frank Ashmore as the insane Roger Sands
Frank Ashmore as the insane killer Roger Sands
Alex Dreier as Doctor Ulmer
Alex Dreier as Doctor Ulmer
Bill Overton as Kingsley
Bill Overton as Kingsley
Carol Blalock and Elke Sommer and Mark Slade
Carol Blalock and Elke Sommer and Mark Slade watch the killer approaching the stairway
Carol Blalock as Sergeant Davis
Carol Blalock as Sergeant Davis
Elke Sommer in The Invisible Strangler
Elke Sommer in The Invisible Strangler
Elke Sommer as Christine Hartman in The Astral Factor
Elke Sommer as Christine Hartman in The Astral Factor
Elke Sommer as Christine Hartman
Elke Sommer as Christine Hartman
Elke Sommer sings and plays guitar
Elke Sommer sings and plays guitar
Frank Ashmore as Roger Sands becomes invisible
Frank Ashmore as Roger Sands becomes invisible
Jo Anne Meredith as Carlotta Sands, the first victim and mother of the invisible strangler
Jo Anne Meredith as Carlotta Sands, the first victim and mother of the invisible strangler
Leslie Parrish as Colleen Hudson, one of the victims
Leslie Parrish as Colleen Hudson, one of the victims
Leslie Parrish paints in the park as the invisible strangler approaches
Leslie Parrish paints in the park as the invisible strangler approaches
Marianna Hill as actress Bambi Greer
Marianna Hill as actress Bambi Greer
Percy Rogrigues as Police Captain Wells
Percy Rogrigues as Police Captain Wells
Percy Rodrigues in The Astral Factor
Percy Rodrigues in The Astral Factor
Rayford Barnes and Mark Slade
Rayford Barnes and Mark Slade
Robert Foxworth and Stefanie Powers
Robert Foxworth and Stefanie Powers
Robert Foxworth as Police Lieutenant Charles Barrett
Robert Foxworth as Police Lieutenant Charles Barrett
Stefanie Powers and Robert Foxworth
Stefanie Powers and Robert Foxworth
Stephanie Powers in the mink birthday coat
Stephanie Powers in the mink birthday coat
Stefanie Powers in her night shirt
Stefanie Powers in her night shirt
Stephanie Powers waits for Robert Foxworth to get home
Stephanie Powers waits for Robert Foxworth to get home
Stephanie Powers welcomes Robert Foxworthy home
Stephanie Powers welcomes Robert Foxworthy home
Sue Lyon sees the invisible strangler
Sue Lyon sees the invisible strangler
Sue Lyon is being strangled by the invisible killer
Sue Lyon is being strangled by the invisible killer