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The Night Stalker
The Night Stalker (1972)
Title: The Night Stalker
Directed by: John Llewellyn Moxey
Written by: Richard Matheson; Max Hodge; Jeff Rice
Produced by: Dan Curtis
Music by: Robert Cobert
Cinematography: Michel Hugo
Edited by: Desmond Marquette
Distributed by: Dan Curtis Productions; ABC
Released: January 11th, 1972
Rating: Unrated
Running time: 74 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $450,000
Gross: N/A
Next: The Night Strangler (1973)

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  • Based on the unpublished novel The Kolchak Papers by Jeff Rice.
  • The film received a sequel in 1973 called The Night Strangler as well as spun out into a television series called Kolchak: The Night Stalker. The concept was re-imagined in 2005 in the short-lived television series The Night Stalker starring Queen of the Damned actor Stuart Townsend in the role of Carl Kolchak.
  • Max Hodge is uncredited as a screenwriter on this film.
  • The name Janos Skorzeny was also used in the short-lived 1980s TV series Werewolf. Janos Skorzeny, played by Chuck Connors, was the lead werewolf responsible for passing the curse along to Ted Nichols, and by extension, the main character Eric Cord.

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