Bedroom Eyes (film)
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|Directed by||William Fruet|
|Produced by||Robert Lantos
Stephen J. Roth
|Written by||Michael Alan Eddy|
James B. Douglas
|Music by||Paul Hoffert
|Edited by||Tony Lower|
|Distributed by||Double Helix Films|
|November 30, 1984|
A young businessman and avid jogger finds a prime voyeurism spot on his nightly route. After some time spying he witnesses a murder instead. He soon becomes involved in a variety of situations stemming from the incident.
- "Bedroom Eyes (1984)". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 November 2009.
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