The Plumber Trailer

The Plumber Trailer (1979)

"When your waterworks come back to haunt you!" 08 June 1979 Horror, Thriller 77 mins

At first simply grating, the presence of a hard-edged, macho plumber who damages more than he repairs and returns day after day soon turns menacing for the intellectual wife of a distracted doctor.

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Judy Morris

as Jill Cowper

Ivar Kants

as Max (the plumber)

Robert Coleby

as Brian Cowper

Henri Szeps

as David Medavoy

Yomi Abioudan

as Dr. Matu

Beverley Roberts

as Dr. Japari

Bruce Rosen

as Dr. Don Felder

Daphne Grey

as Caretaker's wife

David Burchell

as Professor Cato

Paul Sonkkila

as Reg the cleaner

Pam Sanders

as Ananas

Rick Hart

as Detective


Peter Weir


International Releases Dates

Australia 08 June 1979

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06 December 1979

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26 June 1979

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17 August 1979

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09 September 1979

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31 January 1979

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20 February 1979

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26 December 1979

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