Reviewed on 7/27/2018...
Two films where Dean Stockwell plays an evildoer of one sort or another. The first "Paper Man" was made in 1971, and was produced at a time when identity theft was not a common crime. Great thriller, and the bodies start stacking up at the end.
Ever wondered what happened to Wonder Woman afterwards? Second film is "Born to be Sold" from 1981. A Lifetime film before the advent of the Lifetime channel. This title also demonstrates how getting too frisky in earshot of your daughter can really screw her up! It includes such dialogue gems as "Didn't anyone ever explain birth control to you?!" or "Haven't you noticed that justice has very little to do with the law?!" or "You should just be thankful that someone is willing to pay for your little mistake!!"...then little boy's head pops out of play pen and shouts "I'm a mistake!"
Cars provided by Maserati. And Johnny Harris' soundtrack will groove you into a chilled out special place. Lynda Carter even contributes some lyrics to one of his songs. The video and audio on this release are VHS quality. "Born to be Sold" is also available on Prime (but the quality is just as bad.)
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