Starring: Barbara Eden, Robert Vaughn, Stuart Whitman, Sydney Chaplin, Enrique Lucero, Larry Storch, Norma Storch
More info: IMDb
Plot: A rich couple is vacationing in Mexico to mix business, work-related for him, with pleasure. The wife is recovering from a recent accident. While relaxing, the wife sees a man recording numerous observations of her actions into a tape recorder. Afraid the man is out to rob or harm her, she tries to report the matter to the police but is dismissed as paranoid.
My rating: 4/10
Will I watch it again? Geez, no.
Money. That's the only thing I can think of that drew this project to these actors. The story is as weak as the direction (Brian Clemens wrote this...the same guy who wrote the great CAPTAIN KRONOS: VAMPIRE HUNTER (1974) and THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD (1973)). Barbara Eden (who needs to have my babies) and Stuart Whitman do OK I guess. Robert Vaughn looks like he's phoning it in.
Until the final 5 minutes it's pretty damn bland and not much happens. Then the picture wraps up and you discover that someone is a murderer (which we're also hearing about the murders for the first time) and BAM! Happy ending. Lazy writing and execution. The funny thing is I was wanting to watch the Women In Prison flick, THE WOMAN HUNT (1973) and I thought that this is what that was. 30 minutes into the 74 minute flick I realized my mistake. I was committed at that point and finished it. I'm sure the other flick is just as bad...but with boobs.