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The Boston Strangler  (1968)

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  |  Color  |  116 Minutes
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The movie The Boston Strangler, released in 1968 and directed by Richard Fleischer with Richard H. Kline as cinematographer and editing by Marion Rothman.
Directed by | Richard Fleischer
Cinematography by | Richard H. Kline
Edited by | Marion Rothman
Sound Systems
4-Track Stereo
Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Editing System
Finishing System
Albert DeSalvo
John S. Bottomly
Phil DiNatale
Julian Soshnick
Terence Huntley
Frank McAfee
John Asgeirsson
Dianne Cluny
Edward W.Brooke
Peter Hurkos
Mary Bottomly
Irmgard DeSalvo
Bobbie Eden
Lyonel Brumley
Eugene T. O'Rourke
Ellen Ridgeway
Alice Oakville
News Commentator
T.V. Narrator
David Parker
Harriet Fordin
Sgt. Lisi
Dr. Kramer
Luis Schubert
Arnie Carr
Dana Banks
Pat Bruner
Emma Hodak
Bertha Blum
Chief Of Police
Louise Parker
Mr. Taylor
Judge Schroeder
Dick Matheson
Harold Lacey
TV News Reporter
Barbara Wise
Detective At Apartment Of Victim #10
Man In Hallway
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Set Decoration by
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Second Unit & Assistant Directors
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Camera & Electrical Department
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Special Photographic Effects
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Production Film Treatment
Scenic Designer
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