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The House on Carroll Street


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Taut thriller set in 1951 New York.
Starring Kelly McGillis Jeff Daniels
Defying a Congressional committee, idealistic Emily
Crane finds herself blacklisted and under FBI surveillance. So who will believe her when she uncovers a deadly mystery involving her Senate interrogator?
Witness and Top Gun star McGillis plays the young woman whose life is endangered by her absolute determination to put the world to rights. Directed by Peter Yates , who made his name with Bullitt, this film was written by Walter Bernstein , who was himself blacklisted during the McCarthy era .
Director Peter Yates (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56


Unknown: Kelly McGillis
Unknown: Jeff Daniels
Directed By: Peter Yates
Written By: Walter Bernstein
Unknown: McCarthy Era
Director: Peter Yates
Emily Crane: Kelly McGillis
Cochran: Jeff Daniels
RaySalwen: Mandy Patinkin
MissVenabk: Jessica Tandy
Alan: Jonathan Hogan
Senator Byington: Remak Ramsay
Hackeit: Ken Welsh
Stefan: Christopher Rhode
Senator: Michael Flanagan
Randolph Slote: Paul Sparer
Maid: Mary Diveny
Gateman: John Carpenter
Teperson: Bill Moor
McKay: Clif Cudney
Warren: Brian Davies
FBI director: Frederick Rolf
Sackadorf: Alexis Yuun
Lieutenant Sloan: Trey Wilson
FBI librarian: William Duff-Griffin
Conductor: George Ede
Porter: Jamey Sheridan

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The House on Carroll Street

BBC One London, 24 June 1994 19.20

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