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The Changeling [1980 film] by Peter Medak
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The Changeling [1980 film]

by Peter Medak (Director)

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Douglas, Melvynsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Marsh, Jeansecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Michaels, Joel B.secondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Scott, George C.secondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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When a recent widower (the wonderfully overemphatic George C. Scott ) moves into an antique Washington mansion, his realization that he may not be the only resident leads him toward a deadly secret that refuses to remain buried....The best haunted-house film since the legendary Haunting, this potent, classy combination of the mystery and horror genres eschews explicit gore and dumb shocks in exchange for a subtle creepiness that occasionally builds to a terrifying peak (watch out for that seance scene!). The result is a satisfyingly intelligent horror film with an intriguing dash of Watergate-era paranoia. Director Peter Medak went on to direct the considerably more gratuitous and somewhat less effective Romeo Is Bleeding and The Krays. --Andrew Wright

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A man becomes the unwilling instrument of a ghost's revenge.

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