The Baby

The Baby

Michael Pataki
Director: Ted Post Cast: Michael Pataki
Michael Pataki
, Anjanette Comer
Anjanette Comer
, Ruth Roman
Ruth Roman
Ted Post


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TV-movie perennial Ted Post served as director for the low-budget theatrical feature The Baby. Ruth Roman plays a boozy nutcase who, out of hatred for the husband who ran out on her years earlier, forces her teenaged son (David Manzy) to dress and behave like an infant. Social worker Ann Gentry (Anjanette Comer), understandably put off by the sight of a fully grown boy chewing on his toes in a playpen, sets about to rescue him. When sinister forces try to claim the "baby" from Ann, she resorts to murder.

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/25/2018
UPC: 0760137166184
Original Release: 1973
Source: Arrow Video
Region Code: ABC
Time: 1:24:00
Sales rank: 25,180

Special Features

Brand new Audio Commentary by Travis Crawford; A Family Affair - a brand new interview with actor Marianna Hill; Nursery Crimes - a brand new interview with nursery painting creator Stanley Dyrector; Down Will Come Baby - a new retrospective with film professor Rebekah McKendry; Tales from the Crib - archival Audio Interview with Director Ted Post; Baby Talk - archival Audio Interview with star David Mooney; Theatrical Trailer; Reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Pataki Actor
Anjanette Comer Ann Gentry
Ruth Roman Mrs. Wadsworth
Marianna Hill Germaine
Suzanne Zenor Alba
David Manzy Baby
Tod Andrews Actor
Erin O'Reilly Actor
Virginia Vincent Actor
Joseph E. Bernard Actor
Beatrice Manley Actor
Gerald Fried Conductor

Technical Credits
Ted Post Director
Jesse Corallo Production Manager
Bob Crawford Editor
Elliott Feinman Executive Producer
Gerald Fried Score Composer
Ralph Hirsch Executive Producer
Byrd Holland Makeup
Michael D. Margulies Cinematographer
Abe Polsky Producer,Screenwriter
Milton Polsky Producer
Dick Wormell Editor

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