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Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films. Tonight: The Parallax View starring
Warren Beatty Paula Prentiss
Hume Cronyn
Journalist Joe Frady is among the witnesses to a political assassination at a rally in Seattle. Three years later, he discovers that many of those who saw the killing have died in suspicious circumstances. Frady's investigations lead him to the mysterious
Parallax organisation and a terrifying conclusion ...
This thriller, made just after Watergate, is one of the most intriguing films of the 1970s.
Based on the novel by LOREN SINGER Produced and directed by ALAN J. PAKULA
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 26


Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Warren Beatty
Unknown: Paula Prentiss
Unknown: Hume Cronyn
Unknown: Journalist Joe Frady
Unknown: David Giler
Unknown: Lorenzo Semple
Directed By: Alan J. Pakula
Joe Frady: Warren Beatty
Lee Carter: Paula Prentiss
Tucker: William Daniels
Jack: Walter McGinn
Rintels: Hume Cronyn
L D: Kelly Thorsden
Assassin: Chuck Waters
Red: Earl Hindmar
Senator Carroll: Bill Joyce
Mrs Carroll: Bettie Johnson
Art: Bill McKinney
Chrissy: Joanne Harris
Schwartzkopf: Anthony Zerbe

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