Cardiac Arrest (film)

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This article is about the 1980 film. For other uses, see Cardiac arrest (disambiguation).
Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac Arrest FilmPoster.jpeg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Murray Mintz
Produced by Richard Helzberg
Written by Murray Mintz
Starring Max Gail
Gary Goodrow
Mike Paul Chan
Ray Reinhardt
Robert Behling
Susan O'Connell
Fred Ward
Music by Andrew Kulberg
Cinematography Jon Else
Edited by John Nutt
Release date
January 18, 1980
Running time
85 min.
Country United States United States
Language English

Cardiac Arrest is a 1980 horror thriller film written and directed by Murray Mintz.[1]

Plot[edit]

The city of San Francisco is pushed into a state of terror and fear as a deranged murderer stalks the city. The police are baffled by the case and are led to extremes by a lunatic whose victims all have something in common: their hearts have been skillfully and surgically removed. Meanwhile, across town, a man must make a difficult decision regarding his wife, who needs a transplant.

Cast[edit]

  • Gary Goodrow - Clancy Higgins
  • Michael Paul Chan - Wylie Wong
  • Max Gail - Leigh Gregory
  • Susan O'Connell - Dianne Gregory
  • Ray Reinhardt - Dr. Williams
  • Robert Behling - Harvey Nichols
  • Fred Ward - Jamie

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