Something to Hide
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|Something to Hide|
|Directed by||Alastair Reid|
|Produced by||Michael Klinger|
|Written by||Alastair Reid|
|Music by||Roy Budd|
|Edited by||Reginald Beck|
|Distributed by||Avco Embassy (UK)|
Something to Hide (in the U.S. also reissued as Shattered), is a 1972 British thriller film, written and directed by Alastair Reid, based on a 1963 novel by Nicholas Monsarrat. The film stars Peter Finch, Shelley Winters, Colin Blakely, Linda Hayden and Graham Crowden. Finch plays a man harassed by his shrewish wife (Winters) who, after picking up a pregnant teenage hitchhiker (Hayden) is driven to murder and madness. The film was not released commercially in the United States until 1976.
- Peter Finch as Harry Field
- Shelley Winters as Gabriella
- Colin Blakely as Blagdon
- John Stride as Sergeant Tom Winnington
- Linda Hayden as Lorelei
- Harold Goldblatt as Dibbick
- Rosemarie Dunham as Elsie
- Helen Fraser as Miss Bunyan
- Jack Shepherd as Joe Pepper
- Graham Crowden as Lay Preacher
- "Something to Hide". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 15 March 2016.
- "Something to Hide (1971)". BFI.
- Something to Hide at Internet Movie Database; www.imdb.com.
- Release information for Something to Hide; www.imdb.com.
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