Inn of the Frightened People

Overview

This dark drama unfolds in an unnamed community outside of London, where a beleaguered and grief-stricken tavern owner named Jim Radford (James Booth copes with the rape and murder of his young daughter. The remainder of his family shares his distress, and in time, it begins to rip the clan apart. When the young man who is being tried for the crime is let off thanks to paltry connecting evidence, Jim grows desperate and teams up a buddy of his named Harry (Ray Barrett) whose daughter suffered from a like fate - ...
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Overview

This dark drama unfolds in an unnamed community outside of London, where a beleaguered and grief-stricken tavern owner named Jim Radford (James Booth copes with the rape and murder of his young daughter. The remainder of his family shares his distress, and in time, it begins to rip the clan apart. When the young man who is being tried for the crime is let off thanks to paltry connecting evidence, Jim grows desperate and teams up a buddy of his named Harry (Ray Barrett) whose daughter suffered from a like fate - presumably, though not definitively, at the hands of the same killer. The two hone in on the young man who they believe is responsible, kidnap him and torture him in a number of ways. Unfortunately, the youth will not talk and ends up dead. Moreover, in time it becomes apparent that this might not have been the correct individual.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/19/2006
  • UPC: 029502666880
  • Original Release: 1971
  • Rating:

  • Source: Televista
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 80,998

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ronald Clark Brewery's Driver Mate
Joan Collins Carol Radford
James Booth Jim Radford
Ray Barrett Harry
Sinéad Cusack Rose
Tom Marshall Lee Radford
Kenneth Griffith Seely
Angus MacKay Priest
Patrick McAlinney George
Artro Morris Jacko
Donald Morley Inspector
Martin Carroll Undertaker
Richard Holden Pub Customer
Geoffrey Hughes Brewery Driver
Basil Lord Sales Representative
Barry Andrews Sergeant
Technical Credits
Sidney Hayers Director
George H. Brown Producer
Lionel Couch Art Director
Courtenay Elliott Costumes/Costume Designer
Tommy Fletcher Camera Operator
Stuart Freeman Asst. Director
Ken Hodges Cinematographer
Peter Howitt Set Decoration/Design
John Kruse Screenwriter
Tony Palk Editor
Peter Rogers Executive Producer
Eric Rogers Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Terror From Under the House
1. Opening Sequence [:53]
2. Laying Blame [7:50]
3. Following Seely [9:31]
4. He Had It Coming [9:02]
5. Plan B [8:07]
6. Family Feud [7:44]
7. Inside [7:28]
8. No Other Way [8:09]
9. Troubles [7:00]
10. Raving Mad [6:31]
11. Routine [7:56]
12. Revenge [8:45]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Terror From Under the House
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   Chapters
   Filmographies
      Joan Collins as Carol Radford
      James Booth as Jim Radford
      Tom Marshall as Lee Radford
      Zuleika Robson as Jill Radford
      Ray Barrett as Harry
      Kenneth Griffith as Seely
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