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The first in a season of major films made in the 60s for adult audiences. Tonight's film stars Simone Signoret
James Caan , Katharine Ross
Paul and Jennifer Montgomery , happily married, wealthy, but thoroughly bored with life, amuse themselves with a round of games and parties in their fashionable Manhattan apartment. But when the mysterious Lisa Schindler comes into their lives, they are introduced to altogether more exciting, more dangerous games.
Director CURTIS HARRINGTON This Week's Films: page 9


Unknown: Simone Signoret
Unknown: James Caan
Unknown: Katharine Ross
Unknown: Jennifer Montgomery
Unknown: Lisa Schindler
Director: Curtis Harrington
Lisa: Simone Signoret
Paul: James Caan
Jennifer: Katharine Ross
Norman: Don Stroud
Harry: Kent Smith
Miss Beattie: Estelle Winwood
Nora: Marjorie Bennett
Dr Edwards: Ian Wolfe
Winthrop: Antony Eustrel
Celia: Eloise Hardt
Terry: George Furth
Holly: Carmen Phillips
Count: Peter Brocco
Baroness: Florence Marly

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