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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frankie Ray; Stephanie Shaub; Lee Karaim; Paul Sorvino; Michael Beck; Beatrice Straight; J D Feigelson; Wes Craven; Wilton Graff; Robert Reed; Vintage Home Entertainment (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
"3 classic movies."--Container.
Chiller: Originally released on television, 1985. Bloodlust: Originally released as motion picture, 1959. Based on the horror classic: The most dangerous game. Kiss the girls goodbye : Originally released as a motion picture, 1997.
|Credits:||Chiller: Writer/producer, J.D. Feigelson ; director, Wes Craven. Kiss the girls goodbye: Writer/director, Lee Karaim.|
|Cast:||Chiller: Paul Sorvino, Michael Beck, Beatrice Straight. Kiss the girls goodbye: Frankie Ray, Stephanie Shaub. Bloodlust: Wilton Graff, Robert Reed.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (248 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD ; compatible worldwide ; full frame ; Dolby Digital.|
|Series Title:||Vintage movie classics.|
|Other Titles:||Kiss the girls goodbye.
Kiss the girls goodbye: Carl Ray Hicks, a piano teacher with psychopathic tendencies, picks up and kidnaps Dawn while she's hitchhiking a ride home to her mother. Keeping her stashed in a secret area of his house, he begins subjecting her to various torture rituals to satisfy his violent desires. When Dawn finally escapes she finds herself drawn to return to Carl.
Bloodlust: A hunter of humans preys upon a group of stranded teenagers.