|In Broad Daylight|
|Written by||Larry Cohen|
|Directed by||Robert Day|
|Starring|| Richard Boone |
|Theme music composer||Leonard Rosenman|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer||Aaron Spelling|
|Cinematography||Archie R. Dalzell|
|Running time||75 minutes|
|Production company||Aaron Spelling Productions|
|Original release||October 16, 1971|
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Cohen thought "it wasn't a bad movie" except for the casting of Boone; Cohen felt Boone's face was so distinctive the concept of the film did not work. Cohen says there was some talk of remaking the film years later as a vehicle for Andrea Bocelli but it did not proceed because of concerns over Bocelli's acting ability. The film was executive produced by Aaron Spelling. 
Academic Tony Williams called the film "one of Cohen's most innovative works" despite the miscasting of Boone. 
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