Audrey Rose

Audrey Rose by Frank De Felitta

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When Elliot Hoover loses his wife and daughter, Audrey Rose, in a fiery car crash, his world explodes. To heal his mental anguish and claim some peace, he visits a psychic who reveals to him that his daughter has been reincarnated into Ivy Templeton, a young girl living in New York City. Desperate to reclaim anything from his daughter’s past, he searches out Ivy, only to discover that the unbelievable is shockingly true — his daughter is back. Now, in an effort to save her life, Hoover must choose between two horrifying possibilities — leaving his daughter’s soul in torment, or taking the life of the young girl in whom she now lives.

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Frank De Felitta

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FRANK DE FELITTA (Frank De Felitta) Director and screenwriter was born on August 3, 1921 in New York. Frank became known as a scriptwriter for horror films. Already when he was over fifty, Frank sat down in the director`s chair. A distinctive feature of De Felitta as a director is his moderation in production: there are few actors, the action takes place in a small area, the plot is tied to the mental problems of the characters. The director was nominated for a television Emmy for Best Documentary The DuPont Show of the Week (1961).  Selected filmography: Scissors, 1991 Killer in the Mirror, 1986 The Entity, 1981 Dark Night of the Scarecrow, 1981 The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan, 1979 Audrey Rose, 1977 ZPG, 1972...

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FRANK DE FELITTA (Frank De Felitta) Director and screenwriter was born on August 3, 1921 in New York. Frank became known as a scriptwriter for horror films. Already when he was over fifty, Frank sat down in the director`s chair. A distinctive feature of De Felitta as a director is his moderation in production: there are few actors, the action takes place in a small area, the plot is tied to the mental problems of the characters. The director was nominated for a television Emmy for Best Documentary The DuPont Show of the Week (1961).  Selected filmography: Scissors, 1991 Killer in the Mirror, 1986 The Entity, 1981 Dark Night of the Scarecrow, 1981 The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan, 1979 Audrey Rose, 1977 ZPG, 1972