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The song prosthetics was based upon the film "The Collector" a film directed by William Wyler in the year 1965. It is a drama / horror / thriller film and goes with the tag line:

"A man kidnaps a woman and holds her hostage just for the pleasure of having her there."

Summary of Film: Freddie, a socially withdrawn bank clerk and butterfly collector, decides to expand to collecting human specimens. That's where art student Miranda Grey comes in. Miranda matches wits with Freddie the icy psychopath.

Starring:
Terence Stamp .... Freddie Clegg
Samantha Eggar .... Miranda Grey
Mona Washbourne .... Aunt Annie
Maurice Dallimore .... The Neighbour

Produced By: Jud Kinberg / John Kohn
Music By:
Maurice Jarre
Cinematography:
Robert Krasker /
Robert Surtees
Editing:
David Hawkins / Robert Swink
Film Rating: 7/10

Certification: Finland:(Banned) (1965)
Finland:K-18  
Sweden:15 UK:15  
USA:Unrated

Runtime: UK:119 mins / USA:119 mins

     
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