The Sender Trailer

The Sender Trailer (1982)

"He has the power to make you live his nightmares... And he's dreaming about you." 22 October 1982 Horror, Thriller 91 mins

A disturbed telepathic man is able to transmit his dreams and visions into the minds of the people around him.

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Kathryn Harrold

as Dr Gail Farmer

Željko Ivanek

as John Doe #83

Shirley Knight

as Jerolyn

Paul Freeman

as Dr Joseph Denman

Sean Hewitt

as The Messiah

Harry Ditson

as Dr Hirsch

Olivier Pierre

as Dr Erskine

Tracy Harper

as Young Girl

Al Matthews

as Vietnam Veteran

Marsha A. Hunt

as Nurse Jo

Angus MacInnes

as Sheriff Prouty

Jana Shelden

as Nurse Reimbold

Manning Redwood

as Policeman

John Stephen Hill

as Policeman

Monica Buford

as Dr Warren


John Comfort

John Comfort Associate Producer

J.C. Scott

J.C. Scott Associate Producer

Trevor Jones

Original Music Composer

Trevor Jones

Original Music Composer

Roger Pratt

Roger Pratt Director of Photography

Malcolm Middleton

Malcolm Middleton Production Design

International Titles

Teuflische Signale Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 22 October 1982

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