The Boston Strangler (1968) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Richard Fleischer and produced by James Cresson and Robert Fryer.
The Boston StranglerBy Beatrice on Jan 28, 2020 From Flickers in Time
The Boston Strangler Directed by Richard Fleischer Written by Edward Anhalt from a book by Gerold Frank 1968/US IMDb link First viewing/Amazon Instant Solid performances and direction make a “true crime” story enjoyable. This is supposedly the true story of the investigation and ultima... Read full article
Unusual Suspects Week 2: Tony Curtis in The Boston Strangler (1968)By Summer Reeves on Aug 22, 2015 From Serendipitous Anachronisms
Unusual Suspects Week 2: Tony Curtis in The Boston Strangler (1968) 22 Saturday Aug 2015 Posted by Summer Reeves in 1960s, Crime, Drama, Mystery ≈ 7 Comments Tags1960s, Classic Cinema, Creepy True Story, Crime, Drama, Grand Guignol, Makeup,... Read full article
The Henry Fonda Collection: Daisy Kenyon (1947), Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) & The Boston Strangler (1968) – Father’s Day Gift Guideon Jun 3, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
Another trio of reviews from The Henry Fonda Collection.? In this segment we’ll look at a western, a quasi-noir with romantic overtones, and a crime procedural. Daisy Kenyon (Joan Crawford) is a forward thinking career-woman who can’t seem to pick the right mate.? Mired in a relationshi... Read full article
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Irmgard De Salvo: They haven't asked.
Albert DeSalvo: What... What do you mean, "they haven't asked"?
Irmgard De Salvo: Well, they're only... they're only little children.
Irmgard De Salvo: I know, but... they accept things.
Albert DeSalvo: But... don't they miss me?
John S. Bottomly: But what can you expect from a society that itself spends 44% of its tax dollars on killing?
Albert DeSalvo: [inside sanitarium] But... I don't belong here.... I-I guess everybody says that, don't they?
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