A Case of Rape
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"A Case of Rape" is a 1974 television movie. It premiered on NBC on February 20, 1974. The film tells the story of a wife and mother who is raped twice by the same man and her ordeals dealing with the actual rape and her subsequent dealing with the police and the trial.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Boris Sagal
- producer: Louis Rudolph
- executive producer: David Levinson
- art direction by George C. Webb
- written by Robert E. Thompson
- based on a story by Louis Rudolph
- cinematography by Terry K. Meade
- edited by Richard Bracken
- music by Hal Mooney
- costume design by Grady Hunt
- genres: Crime Fiction, Mystery, Trial drama, Social problem film, Feminist Film, Drama
- released on (41 years ago)
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"A Case of Rape" is a book by Chester Himes.
- also known as "A Case of Rape (A Howard University Press Classic Edition)"
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by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
A Case of Rape (published in French as Une ...
by Gabrielle H. Cody
based upon a case of rape dealt with by two courts of law, which received particularly wide public notice. The genre of the play approaches that of television. Mazya wrote an action drama with a dramatic climax: in the ...
Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb, Lambdin Kay Distinguished Professor for the Peabody Awards Horace Newcomb
appears in several thoughtful and disturbing films during the 1970s that deal with violence against women, including A Case of Rape (1974), A Killing ...
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