History Film / Frenzy

17th Jul '17 1:18:02 AM Juicehead_Baby
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[[caption-width-right:300:''[[Music/ScreaminJayHawkins Dig this crazy mood I'm in\\
Listen to my heart as it starts to spin]]'']]
14th Jul '17 7:15:28 PM Angeldeb82
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* BlackAndGrayMorality: The [[NominalHero hero]] is a [[ItsAllAboutMe Self-Centered]] {{Jerkass}}, while the villain is an AxCrazy, [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rapist]] SerialKiller.

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* BlackAndGrayMorality: The [[NominalHero hero]] is a [[ItsAllAboutMe Self-Centered]] {{Jerkass}}, while the villain is an AxCrazy, [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rapist]] {{rap|eIsASpecialKindOfEvil}}ist SerialKiller.



'''Doctor in Pub''': Well I suppose it's nice to know that every cloud has a silver lining.

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'''Doctor in Pub''': Well Well, I suppose it's nice to know that every cloud has a silver lining.


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* ShoutOut: The novel that Shaffer adapted into the film is named after the lyric that was borrowed from the 1912 song "It's a Long Way to Tipperary".
14th Jul '17 7:08:51 PM Angeldeb82
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The penultimate film directed by Creator/AlfredHitchcock, ''Frenzy'' (1972) was adapted by Anthony Shaffer from Arthur La Bern's novel ''Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square.'' Notable as one of the rare films Hitchcock shot in his native Britain after moving to Hollywood in 1939.

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The penultimate film directed by Creator/AlfredHitchcock, ''Frenzy'' (1972) was adapted by Anthony Shaffer from Arthur La Bern's novel ''Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square.'' Square''. Notable as one of the rare films Hitchcock shot in his native Britain after moving to Hollywood in 1939.



* BlackAndGreyMorality: The [[NominalHero hero]] is a [[ItsAllAboutMe Self-Centered]] {{Jerkass}}, while the villain is an AxCrazy, [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rapist]] SerialKiller.

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* BlackAndGreyMorality: BlackAndGrayMorality: The [[NominalHero hero]] is a [[ItsAllAboutMe Self-Centered]] {{Jerkass}}, while the villain is an AxCrazy, [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil rapist]] SerialKiller.



* MeanBrit: Richard Blaney and his former boss Forsythe.

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* MeanBrit: TheMeanBrit: Richard Blaney and his former boss Forsythe.
27th May '16 2:37:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Rusk has carroty blond hair.
3rd Apr '16 11:11:13 AM Mdumas43073
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25th Feb '16 1:27:43 PM Mdumas43073
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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual murderer Bob Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?

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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual murderer Bob Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence catch Rusk and to clear Richard's name?
25th Feb '16 1:27:18 PM Mdumas43073
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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer Bob Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?

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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer murderer Bob Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?
25th Feb '16 1:26:52 PM Mdumas43073
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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer Robert Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?

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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer Robert Bob Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?
25th Feb '16 1:25:44 PM Mdumas43073
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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) is murdered by a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer Robert Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?

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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) is murdered by becomes the latest victim of a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by actual killer Robert Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?
25th Feb '16 1:25:01 PM Mdumas43073
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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) is murdered by a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by the real killer, Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?

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Our "hero" Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is down on his luck; just as he's fired from his job at a London pub, his estranged wife Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) is murdered by a necktie-wielding SerialKiller. Because of a witness's mistake, Blaney is now the prime suspect, with only a few of his friends believing in his innocence. When he's left without his allies and implicated by the real killer, actual killer Robert Rusk (Barry Foster), Richard is left to the mercy of the police, led by Chief Inspector Oxford (Alec [=McCowen=]). Will Oxford discover the evidence to clear Richard's name?
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