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A Cry for Help

schullman threat george production

(ABC, 2/12/1975, 90 mins). A cynical radio talk show host, who daily insults his audience, receives a suicide threat from a nameless young girl and frantically tries to get his listeners to locate her before she can carry out her threat. During production, the film was called “End of the Line.”

Production Companies Fairmount-Foxcroft Productions, Universal Television. Director Daryl Duke. Executive Producers Richard Levinson, William Link. Producer Howie Hurwitz. Teleplay Peter S. Fischer. Photography Richard C. Glouner. Music Gil Melle. Editors Douglas Stewart, Frank Morriss. Art Director William L. Campbell.

Cast Robert Culp (Harry Freeman), Elayne Heilveil (Ingrid Brunner), Ken Swofford (Paul Church), Julius Harris (George Rigney), Chuck McCann (Buddy Marino), Michael Lerner (Philip Conover), Bruce Boxleitner (Richie Danko), Lee deBroux (Sgt. Lou Shirley), Granville Van Dusen (Brother Stephen Tyler), Ken Sylk (Hank Buchek), Joseph George (Eddie Frisch), Jean Allison (Irene Schullman), Donald Mantooth (Arthur Schullman), Rudolph Willrich (Quinn Shaw), Lieux Dressler (Mae Dowd), Ralph Manza (Tony Garafolas), Barbara Baldavin (The Woman), Gordon Jump (Lloyd Hogan), Stack Pierce (Sgt. Mike Reese), Jerry Bishop (The Waiter).

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