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Hunter (film)

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Subject: Adventures in Oz, The Wishing Horse of Oz, Oogaboo, The Wizard of Oz (arcade game), The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1975 film)
Collection: 1973 Films, Film Scores by Lalo Schifrin
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Hunter (film)

Hunter
Directed by Leonard Horn
Written by Cliff Gould
Starring John Vernon
Ed Flanders
Release dates
1973

Hunter is a 1973 film directed by Leonard Horn and written by Cliff Gould, starring John Vernon, involving the kidnapping and brainwashing of a race car driver in order to turn him into an assassin against America. The torture used against him involves forcing him to watch footage of the Winged monkeys from The Wizard of Oz, a-la A Clockwork Orange, giving rise to the now-famous pop-culture catch phrase "Please, stop the monkeys!"

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