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|Too Scared to Scream (aka The Doorman)|
|Directed by||Tony Lo Bianco|
|Produced by||Mike Connors|
|Written by||Neal Barbera|
|Starring|| Mike Connors |
Leon Isaac Kennedy
|Music by||Georges Garvarentz|
|Edited by||Michael Economou (Supervising Editor)|
Ed Beyer (Editor)
|Distributed by||The Movie Store|
Too Scared to Scream (also known as The Doorman) is a 1985 American independent slasher film directed by Tony Lo Bianco. It stars Mike Connors, who also produces, Anne Archer and Ian McShane. The film was originally filmed in 1981 and intended for a 1982 release but was shelved due to the production company going out of business and it didn't receive a theatrical release until 1985. It is known for its stellar supporting cast including John Heard, Maureen O'Sullivan and Murray Hamilton.
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