Premonition (1972 film)

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Premonition
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Directed by Alan Rudolph
Produced by Oscar Rudolph
Written by Alan Rudolph
Starring Carl Crow
Tim Ray
Winfrey Hester Hill
Music by Tom Akers
Alex Del Zoppo
Tim Ray
Cinematography John Bailey
Edited by Richard Patterson
Production
company
Joyce Productions
Distributed by Transvue Pictures Corp.
Release date
November 1972 (1972-11)
Running time
83 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Premonition (also known as Head or The Impure) is a 1972 film written and directed by Alan Rudolph. The film was Rudolph's first after being an assistant director of 11 episodes of the 1960s sitcom The Brady Bunch, as well as the films The Big Bounce (1969) and Riot (1969).[1] Originally titled Head, the distributors first changed the title to Premonition and later for a time to Impure.[2]

Plot[edit]

Red flowers cause three druggie college students to have premonitions when they see their own deaths. They then start dying in the manner of their earlier premonitions.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Carl Crow Neil
Tim Ray Andy
Winfrey Hester Hill Baker
Victor Izay Kilrenny
Cheryl Adams Susan
Tom Akers RGM
Lee Alpert Brother
Barry Brown Mike

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zachary Kelley. "The Lightning Bug's Lair: Terrifying Tuesday: Head (a.k.a. Premonition) (1972)". Thelightningbugslair.com. Retrieved 2016-08-10. 
  2. ^ Campbell, Marc. "Tags: Alan Rudolph". Dangerous Minds. Retrieved 2016-08-10. 

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