Open Season (1974)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller


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Three young men take a young woman and a middleaged man to an isolated cabin, where they are terrorized in different ways.

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  • Peter Fonda and Alberto de Mendoza in Open Season (1974)
  • Peter Fonda in Open Season (1974)
  • Peter Fonda in Open Season (1974)
  • William Holden in Open Season (1974)
  • Cornelia Sharpe in Open Season (1974)
  • Peter Fonda and Cornelia Sharpe in Open Season (1974)

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Trivia

Veteran Spanish actor Simón Andreu is credited with the role of "Barman" in the cast listing during the credits of all three of the English-language versions, but his performance not actually present in any of those prints in the versions which have turned up ... ...


Goofs

When Ken and Artie climb the bluff, Ken is carrying a bolt action rifle. But after they split up and Ken returns to the lodge, he enters the cabin carrying a pump action shotgun. The rifle is never seen again.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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