The Astral Factor Trailer

The Astral Factor Trailer (1976)

"What You Can't See...Can Kill You!" 01 January 1976 Sci-Fi, Mystery 96 mins

Demonstrating that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, a convicted strangler studies the paranormal and finds a way to render himself invisible. Once he escapes, he sets out to find and eliminate the five women who testified in his prosecution. A police lieutenant (Robert Foxworth) sets out to safeguard them, and bring the invisible killer to justice.

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Cast

Robert Foxworth

as Lt. Charles Barrett

Stefanie Powers

as Candy Barrett

Sue Lyon

as Darlene DeLong

Mark Slade

as Detective Holt

Leslie Parrish

as Colleen Hudson

Marianna Hill

as Bambi Greer

Elke Sommer

as Chris Hartman

Crew

John Florea

Director

Earle Lyon

Earle Lyon Producer

Alan Stensvold

Alan Stensvold Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1976

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