"It's Marguerite, she's a disturbing child"
"Grandad Robert was so cool and evil in his films." - Ferdia Shaw
Robert Shaw as Michael Heffernan
A young disturbed girl lives with her mother and grandmother. One day her estranged father returns home with a female companion he introduces as his fiancee.
Soon the girl finds herself in the midst of strange goings-on, which evolve into a web of murder. Throughout all this, her father starts acting less and less fatherly which leads his horrified fiancee to believe that he wants to sleep with his own daughter.
Directed by William A. Fraker
Screenplay by Edward Hume and Lewis John Carlino
Produced by Howard B. Jaffe
Also starring Sondra Locke, Mary Ure, Signe Hasso and Sally Kellerman
Released by Columbia Pictures
Release Date: November 15th 1972
Running Time: 89 minutes (Edited)
Location(s): Los Angeles, California
Filming commenced January 18th 1971