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After a lot of searching we've finally laid our hands on a nice looking uncut print of this lost little British thriller. With a superb cast Shelly Winters and Linda Hayden this is just to good to miss. Recommended. NOTE the U.S VHS is cut!

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After a lot of searching we've finally laid our hands on a nice looking uncut print of this lost little British thriller. With a superb cast Shelly Winters and Linda Hayden this is just to good to miss. Recommended. NOTE the U.S VHS is cut!
A man having marital problems with his shrewish wife picks up a young, pretty and pregnant hitchhiker. Before he knows it, he's in over his head and mixed up in violence and murder.

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AKA:Shattered (US cut version)
Director:Alastair Reid
Year:1972
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Peter Finch Shelley Winters Colin Blakely John Stride Linda Hayden

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