Terror Among Us

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Terror Among Us
Genre Action
Written by Dallas Barnes
JoAnne Barnes
Directed by Paul Krasny
Starring Don Meredith
Sarah Purcell
Jennifer Salt
Music by Allyn Ferguson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) David Gerber
Producer(s) James H. Brown
Cinematography Robert B. Hauser
Editor(s) Richard Freeman
Running time 95 min
Production company(s) Columbia Pictures Television
David Gerber Productions
Distributor CBS
Original network CBS
Original release January 14, 1981

Terror Among Us is a 1981 made-for-TV movie directed by Paul Krasny. It first aired January 12, 1981. The script was co-written by Dallas and JoAnne Barnes. The story bears many similarities to Dallas Barnes' 1976 book Yesterday Is Dead.


A police sergeant and a parole officer endeavor to stop a rapist-on-parole before he can follow through his threats on five women who testified against him years earlier. (The movie has become a popular cult film among bondage enthusiasts due to the lengthy scenes involving tightly cleave-gagged and bound women.)



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