A Distant Scream

A Distant Scream

© 1984 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, All rights reserved

All characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herin are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely co-incidental.

Produced by Hammer Film Productions Limited entirely on location in The United Kingdom and Austria

ITV London Transmission Date: 5th November 1984

Storyline

Lying on his deathbed, an elderly man who has spent most of his life in prison for the murder of the woman he loved is granted a supernatural chance to go back to that fateful weekend and attempt to discover what really happened…

Crew

Associate Producer
Executive Story Editor
Art Director
Director of Photography
Associate Camerman
Editor
Music Composed by
Musical Supervisor
Production Manager
Camera Operator
Assistant Director
Continuity
Assistant Art Director
Costume Supervisor
Assistant to Producer
Make-up
Hairdresser
Production Assistant
Sound Recordist
Dubbing Editor
Dubbing Mixer
Production Accountants
Publicity
Lighting
Camera Equipment
Still Photographer
Processing by
Recorded at
Titles by
Screenplay
Executive Producer
Produced by
Directed by

John Hough
Don Houghton
Carolyn Scott
Brian West BSc
Terry Cole
Paul Weatherley GBFE
Paul Patterson
Philip Martell
Ron Jackson
Ken Withers
Ken Baker
Lorely Farley
Peta Button
Laura Nightingale
Karen Woods
Eddie Knight
Daphne Volmer
Sheila Collins
John Bramall
Terry Poulton GBFE
Ernie Marsh
Sheala Daniell, Linda Nettleton
Jean Garioch
Group Five
J.D.C.
John Jay
Rank Film Laboratories
Warwick Dubbing Theatre
National Screen
Martin Worth
Brian Lawrence
Roy Skeggs
John Hough

Cast

Michael / Harris
Rosemary Richardson
Clifford
Gary
Mrs Kimble
Sarah
Doctor
Robin
Prison Officer

David Carradine
Stephanie Beacham
Stephen Grief
Stephan Chase
Fanny Chase
Lesley Dunlop
Bernard Horsefall
Ewan Stuart
Edward Peel

Footnotes

Stephanie Beecham played alongside Peter Cushing as Jessica van Helsing, in Hammer’s Dracula A.D.72 (1972).
David Carradine played Caine in the popular Warner Brothers Television series Kung Fu (1972).

Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection