Lady Beware theatrical poster
|Directed by||Karen Arthur|
|Produced by||Tony Scotti
|Written by||Charles Zev Cohen
|Music by||Craig Safan|
|Edited by||Roy Watts|
|Distributed by||Scotti Brothers Pictures|
|August 14, 1987 (Not yet released on DVD as of 2013)|
Lady Beware is a 1987 American thriller film, directed by Karen Arthur. It stars Diane Lane, Michael Woods, and Cotter Smith. The film is marketed with the tagline "When fantasy leads to terror." It was filmed on location in and around Pittsburgh.
Katya Yarno is a window dresser for Horne's department store who specializes in displays with sexy, slightly kinky themes. Surrounded by the equipment of her trade — mannequins and lingerie — Katya lives in a loft apartment in downtown Pittsburgh. She spends her evenings taking her bath by candlelight and thinking up new and more provocative window displays.
Katya soon becomes the obsession of Jack Price, a handsome (and married) psychopath. Jack proceeds to stalk Katya and makes her life a living hell. Tired of being harassed, Katya decides to give Jack a taste of his own medicine.
- Diane Lane - Katya Yarno
- Michael Woods - Jack Price
- Cotter Smith - Mac Odell
- Peter Nevargic - Lionel
- Edward Penn - Mr. Thayer
- Tyra Ferrell - Nan
- Clayton D. Hill - Police Officer #1
- David Crawford - Katya's father
- Ray Laine - Doctor
- Bingo O' Malley - Man in Window
- Don Brockett - Locksmith
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