Enthrall in two terrifying tales of mystery and madness in this 2-disc, double feature set from Dan Curtis Productions. First, someone is terrorizing beautiful Dana Forester, but no one can figure out who in "Shadow of Fear" (1973). When ace cop, played by Claude Akins, investigates, he discovers Forester's husband has been borrowing heavily from her inheritance, but even that won't compare to the secrets they discover when a tell-tale drawing is found. Tom Selleck co-stars in one of his roles. Inthe second feature, "Nightmare at 43 Hillcrest" (1974), a couple's lives are thrown into chaos when an ambitious police commissioner plants heroin in their home to cover for a failed narcotics raid. As their lives unravel all around them, they embark ona desperate attempt to prove their innocence. This tantalizing drama was based on a true story.
Shadow of Fear No one knows who is terrorizing beautiful Danna Forester (Anjanette Comer) or why. When private eye and former ace cop Styron (Claude Akins) investigates, he discovers Danna's husband Martin (Jason Evers) has been borrowing heavily from her inheritance. Also among the suspects is Danna's friend, Mark Bolin (Tom Selleck). After a tell-tale drawing is found, the mystery takes an entirely unexpected twist. Nightmare at 43 Hillcrest Gregory Leyden (Jim Hutton), his wife and daughter find their lives shattered in ruins when a politically ambitious police commissioner (Peter Mark Richman) plants heroin in their home to cover up a fumbled narcotics raid. With the help of the district attorney (Mariette Hartley) and an undercover police officer (John Karlen), the Leydens desperately attempt to prove their innocence. Based on a true story.