The Rakashi File:

The Rakashi File: "Fear No Evil"

by Richard A. Ekstedt, Gary Gerani
     
 

On March 3, 1969, audiences were captivated by the television "COLOR" broadcast of an intelligent, erotic, stunning motion picture, from Universal MCA and NBC TV.

Doctor David Sorell, Psychiatrist, investigates the story of a young tortured woman; bedeviled, seduced, and violated; being pulled over to the lip of Hell.
How can you fight the unreal? The unseen??

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Overview

On March 3, 1969, audiences were captivated by the television "COLOR" broadcast of an intelligent, erotic, stunning motion picture, from Universal MCA and NBC TV.

Doctor David Sorell, Psychiatrist, investigates the story of a young tortured woman; bedeviled, seduced, and violated; being pulled over to the lip of Hell.
How can you fight the unreal? The unseen?? The unbelievable??? "Broadcast once - Then... gone! The first made-for-televison horror film... As if blown away by a demon wind in the night, this intriguing teleplay has vanished! Forgotten by most and now only a speculative memory from another era!!

In this book, you will read, you will bring back the memory and the story that once was!! Between these pages, it lives again!!! Rakashi lives yet again!!!!
You will relive, and try not to "FEAR NO EVIL."

Also contains commentary by Gary Gerani on early television horror films.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781593934903
Publisher:
BearManor Media
Publication date:
08/24/2012
Pages:
168
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.36(d)

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