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Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973)

Scream, Pretty Peggy
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Ted Bessell

Ted Bessell

Jeffrey Elliot
Sian Barbara Allen

Sian Barbara Allen

Peggy Johns
Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Mrs. Elliott
Charles Drake

Charles Drake

George Thornton
Allan Arbus

Allan Arbus

Dr. Eugene Saks
Jessica Rains

Jessica Rains

Girl in Office
Christiane Schmidtmer

Christiane Schmidtmer

Jennifer Elliot
Johnnie Collins III

Johnnie Collins III


Written by
Jimmy Sangster

Jimmy Sangster

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Arthur Hoffe

Arthur Hoffe

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A sculptor hires young college girls to take care of his elderly mother and his supposedly insane sister, both of whom live in the old family mansion with him.
Release date: 24 November 1973
Thriller (1), Mystery (1), Horror (1), Drama (1), 1973 (1), Tv Movie (1), ABC Movie Of The Week (1)
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Murder, Mystery, and Obscure Films (Part 1) (36 movies items)

" This stars Bette Davis who plays Mrs. Elliot. Ted Bessell plays her son Jeffrey Elliot a sculptor who hires young women to take care of his elderly mother and his insane sister who both live in the family mansion with him. Also stars Sean Barbara Allen. What can I say. I love Bette Davis in anything, especially made for tv movies, where something isn’t quite right with the family dynamic. Lots of vintage fun directed by Gordon Hessler. "