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The Evil Touch (1973)

The Evil Touch
7.3 Rating
(3 ratings)
8.1 IMDB rating

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Directed by (View all)
Max Varnel

Max Varnel



Starring (View all)
Anthony Quayle

Anthony Quayle

 Himself - Host
Mildred Natwick

Mildred Natwick

 Constance / ...
Jack Thompson

Jack Thompson

 Evan / ...
Peter Sumner

Peter Sumner

 Richard
Brian Wenzel

Brian Wenzel

 Mr. Jiggs
Darren McGavin

Darren McGavin

 Alvin Hazeltine / ...
Kim Hunter

Kim Hunter

 Emily Webber / ...
Vic Morrow

Vic Morrow

 Harold Parkhurst / ...


Written by (View all)
Michael Fisher

Michael Fisher

Ethel Brez

Ethel Brez



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Anthony Quayle excels

6 years, 11 months ago at May 17 10:25
An aussie production from the early 70s in the vain of Twilight Zone, Tales of the Unexpected, Alfred Hitchcock presents etc hosted in a deliciously wicked way by a smoke enveloped Anthony Quayle. Provides numerous frightening and outrageous moments with many big names making cameos. Well worth a watch, needs a DVD release asap.
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Release date: 16 September 1973
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xxixii added this to a list 6 months, 1 week ago
Shocktober 2013 - TV anthologies (31 tv items)

"October 11th - I plan to see the episode The Lake tonight A husband having an affair plans to get rid of his wife Enjoyable but predictable"


xxixii rated this 5/10 6 months, 1 week ago
richard tong rated this 9/10 6 months, 3 weeks ago
KingFahtah posted a review 6 years, 11 months ago

Anthony Quayle excels

“An aussie production from the early 70s in the vain of Twilight Zone, Tales of the Unexpected, Alfred Hitchcock presents etc hosted in a deliciously wicked way by a smoke enveloped Anthony Quayle. Provides numerous frightening and outrageous moments with many big names making cameos. Well worth a watch, needs a DVD release asap.” read more