Fear No Evil (1969 film)
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Fear No Evil (1969) is a made-for-television film. It and Ritual of Evil (1970) are unsold pilots for a proposed television series which would have been called Bedeviled. They starred Louis Jourdan as David Sorrell, a psychologist and authority on the occult who became involved in supernatural investigations. Wilfrid Hyde-White appeared in both films as Sorrell's mentor, Harry Snowden.
|Fear No Evil|
|Directed by||Paul Wendkos|
Lynda Day George
|Music by||Billy Goldenberg|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
The plot focuses on a young man who dies suddenly after purchasing an antique mirror. The man's widow visits Sorrell but starts to be plagued with strange, eerie dreams in which her husband's image visits her in the mirror. The psychologist investigates and learns that a sinister cult and ancient magic are involved.
- Fear No Evil at Louisjourdan.net
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