Someone's Watching Me! Trailer

Someone's Watching Me! Trailer (1978)

27 November 1978 Horror, Thriller, Mystery 97 mins

A woman is being watched in her apartment by a stranger, who also calls and torments her. A cat-and-mouse game begins.

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Lauren Hutton

as Leigh Michaels

David Birney

as Paul Winkless

Len Lesser

as Burly Man

Charles Cyphers

as Gary Hunt

John Mahon

as Frimsin

J. Jay Saunders

as Police Inspector

Michael Laurence

as TV Announcer

George Skaff

as Herbert Stiles

Jean Le Bouvier

as Waitress

James McAlpine

as Slick Man

Edgar Justice

as Charlie


Anna Cottle

Anna Cottle Associate Producer

Richard Kobritz

Richard Kobritz Executive Producer

Harry Sukman

Original Music Composer

Robert B. Hauser

Robert B. Hauser Director of Photography

Philip Barber

Philip Barber Art Direction

Donald J. Sullivan

Donald J. Sullivan Set Decoration

International Titles

Das unsichtbare Auge Trailer

High Rise Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 27 November 1978

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