Hollywood Studio Magazine (May - June 1968)

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THE BOSTON STRANGLER Taking a tip from an Iron Curtain film, Director Richard Fleischer of 20th Century Fox has come up with a Hollywood milestone-the first com¬ mercial film to have 40 per cent of the action shot in multi-image pro¬ jection. BY FRANK TAYLOR Rkoaming the darkened streets of Boston, a maniac killer quietly entered the bedrooms and apartments of sleeping women where he methodically raped and strangled them. No one knew where he would strike next and the city was thrown into a panic-fear psychosis the police were powerless to halt. The “Strangler” was unknown to everyone but his victims. In vain efforts to track him down, a “Strangler’s Brueau” was set up to clear up conflicting evidence and sift the clues police investigation un¬ covered. From June, 1962 until January, 1964 the crimes continued. The “Strangler” wandered the suburbs at will, free to strike savagely wherever he chose. As the tension mounted, the entire city was ASSAULT-Tony Curtis, starring in role of self-confessed strangler Albert DeSalvo, punches Sally Kellerman into unconsciousness in 20th Century-Fox's “The Boston Strangler.” The film, produced by Robert Fryer with direction by Richard Fleischer, stars Curtis, Henry Fonda and George Kennedy. 4