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Psycho III


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First showing on network television for this horror sequel starring Anthony Perkins who makes his debut as director.
Norman Bates is alive and well and back at the Bates Motel.
Even though he is supposedly rehabilitated, local people begin to disappear and the infamous motel is soon the scene for more manic murder.
Could it be that Norman is still the psychopathic serial killer he always was, or is there an even more bizarre explanation?
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 FEATURE: page 42 ● FILMS: pages 49-56


Unknown: Anthony Perkins
Unknown: Norman Bates
Unknown: Bates Motel.
Norman Bates: Anthony Perkins
Maureen Coyle: Diana Scarwid
Duane Duke: Jeff Fahey
Tracy Venable: Robert A Maxwell
Sheriff: Hunt Hughgilun
Myrna: Lee Garlington
Statler ROBERT: Alan Browne
Fr Brian: Gary Bayer
Sister Margaret: Patience Cleveland

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