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Wicked Wicked


1973       Tiffany Bolling

DUO-VISION
A NEW SCREEN TECHNIQUE


Two separate action sequences are shown on screen at the same time through a unique motion picture projection process called Duo-Vision introduced in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's mystery thriller, 'Wicked, Wicked." Writer-producer-director Richard L. Bare, who deveioped Duo-Vision, says its main purpose is to depict simultaneous parallel action, but the process also lends itself to showing cause and effect, flashbacks in time, or visions of future events without abrupt interruption of the main story line,Randolph Roberts is shown peering through field glasses on left side of screen while on right side Diane McBain is preparing for a shower.

A new and exciting motion picture experience - two action sequences side by side on the same screen - is introduced in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's action thriller, "Wicked, Wicked," through a unique projection process called Duo-Vision. There is a scene in "Wicked, Wicked," for example, where Tiffany Boiling is preparing to retire for the night. On the other half of the screen a killer is shown making his way toward her hotel

room. The double story technique which is followed through the movie was developed by Richard L. Bare, who wrote, produced and directed "Wicked, Wicked" with William T. Orr as executive producer. "We picked 'Wicked, Wicked' for the introduction of Duo-Vision for two reasons," Bare explains. 'It is a suspense drama of the psycho-killer genre and the entire action is laid in an old seaside resort hotel. The plot and the setting combined beautifully to make our dual screens work. "Although split screen sequences have been seen in the past and are still popular for such presentations as sports telecasts, "Wicked, Wicked" marks the first time that an entire movie has been filmed with parallel images," Bare says. "Although primarily it serves to depict simultaneous action," the director continues, "Duo-Vision also lends itself to showing truth and untruth, flashbacks in time, visions of the future or cause and effect without abrupt interruption of the story's main continuity. "As applied to 'Wicked, Wicked' the Duo-Vision technique involves an active screen and a passive screen, meaning that dialogue comes from only one screen at a time while silent footage unreels on the other so there is no dialogue confusion." Besides Miss Boiling, the "Wicked, Wicked" cast includes David Bailey, known to millions of TV viewers through those Mitchum deodorant commercials; newcomer Randolph Roberts and such familiar names as Edd Byrnes, Arthur O'Connell, Madeleine Sherwood, Scott Brady, Roger Bowen and Diane McBain. Most photography was in and around a famous southern California landmark, the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego. Two separate action sequences are shown on screen at the same time through a unique motion picture projection process called Duo-Vision introduced in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's mystery thriller, Wicked Wicked Writer-producer-director Richard L. Bare, who developed Duo-Vision, says its main purpose is to depict simultaneous parallel action, but the process also lends itself to showing cause and effect. flashbacks in time, or visions of future events without abrupt interruption of the main story line. Randolph Roberts is shown peering through an air vent grille while, on the right side of movie screen. Tiffany Boiling is singing in a night club.


"Wicked, Wicked," the mystery thriller from Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, features a startling screen process, Duo-Vision, which presents two separate sequences on the same screen at the same time. The viewer needs no special aids to view "Wicked, Wicked" in Duo-Vision.

Richard L. Bare, wrote, produced and directed "Wicked, Wicked" in Metrocolor with William T. Orr functioning as executive producer.

Heading the cast of Wicked, Wicked" are Tiffany BoIling, David Bailey, Scott Brady, Madeleine Sherwood, Arthur O'Connell, Edd Byrnes, Roger Bowen, Randolph Roberts and Diane McBain.

One of the film's unique features is use of the original musical score of the 1925 Lon Chaney silent movie, "Phantom Of The Opera." The music is played ott camera by organist Ladd Thomas to create a mood for some of the more dramatic and spine-tingling scenes.

Playing a "role" as the "Grandvjew Hotel" in Wicked, Wicked" is the famous Hotel del Coronado, near San Diego, Calif. It serves as the location for the taut, suspense story which deals with the disappearance of three beautiful, blonde hotel guests and the hunt for their suspected murderer.

The original score of the 1925 Lon Chaney silent movie, "Phantom Of The Opera," has been acquired by executive producer William T. Orr and writer-director-producer Richard L. Bare for use in their Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture, 'Wicked, Wicked."

The 48-year-old score, which will be given screen credit, is played off camera for 'Wicked, Wicked" by organist Ladd Thomas to create a mood for some of the new mystery thriller's more dramatic and terrifying scenes.

'Wicked, Wicked," is filmed in Duo-Vision, a new projection process which presents two separate happenings In the story on screen at the same time.

"Wicked, Wicked" stars David Bailey, Tiffany Boiling, Randolph Roberts, Scott Brady, Edd Byrnes, Diane MoBain, Roger Bowen, Madeleine Sherwood, Indira Danks and Arthur O'Connell.




CAST OF CHARACTERS

Rick Stewart ....................... DAVID BAILEY
Lisa James ....................... TIFFANY BOLLING
Jason Gant ....................... RANDOLPH ROBERTS
Sgt. Ramsey ....................... SCOTT BRADY
Hank Lassiter ....................... EDD BYRNES
Dolores Hamilton ....................... DIANE McBAIN
Manager ....................... ROGER BOWEN
Lenore Karadyne ....................... MADELEINE SHERWOOD
Genny ....................... INDIRA DANKS
Hotel Engineer ....................... ARTHUR O'CONNELL
Bill Broderick ....................... JACK KNIGHT
Housekeeper ....................... PATSY GARRETT
Day Clerk ....................... ROBERT NICHOLS
Owen Williams ....................... KIRK BATES
Organist ....................... MARYESTI-IER DENVER
A United National Pictures Inc. Production


CREDITS

Written, Produced and Directed by ............ RICHARD L. BARE
Executive Producer ....................... WILLIAM T. ORR
Director of Photography ....................... FREDERICK GATELY, A.S.C.
Art Direction ....................... WALTER McKEEGAN
Film Editor ....................... JOHN F. SCHREYER
Set Decoration ....................... CHARLES R. PIERCE
Property Master ....................... BOB ANDERSON
Unit Production Manager and Assistant Director .... DONALD C. KLUNE
2nd Assistant Director ....................... RONALD J. MARTINEZ
Electronic Music Effects Consultant .......... JIM COOPER
Sound ....................... JERRY JOST, HAL WATKINS, C.A.S.
Wardrobe ....................... BARBARA SIEBERT
Make-Up ....................... PAUL STANHOPE
Hair Styles ....................... JUDY ALEXANDER
Script Supervisor ....................... CLEO M. ANTON
A Richard L. Bare-William T. Orr Production In DUO-VISION

Organ music from the original score of the 1925 silent film "Phantom Of The Opera" played by LADD THOMAS
Original Music by ....................... PHILIP SPRINGER Lyrics "I'll Be Myself' & "Wicked, Wicked" by IRWIN LEVINE


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