Beyond Reason Trailer

Beyond Reason Trailer (1977)

"TELLY SAVALAS Writes, Directs And Stars In This Sensitive, Absorbing Psycho Drama That Will Plunge You Into Another World. A World... BEYOND REASON." 01 January 1977 Drama, Thriller 88 mins

An unconventional psychiatrist slowly begins to question his own sanity.

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Cast

Telly Savalas

as Dr. Nicholas Mati

Diana Muldaur

as Elaine

Diana Muldaur

as Vincent

Bob Basso

as Mario

Priscilla Barnes

as Leslie Valentine

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1977

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