11th Victim

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11th Victim
Eleventh victim poster.jpg
Directed by Jonathan Kaplan
Produced by Marty Katz
Jonathan Haze
Written by Ken Friedman
Starring Bess Armstrong
Max Gail
Music by Michael Columbier
Cinematography Chuck Arnold
Edited by O. Nicholas Brown
Distributed by CBS
Release date
November 06, 1979
Running time
119 minutes
Country United States
Language English

11th Victim is a 1979 American made-for-television crime drama film directed by Jonathan Kaplan and starring Bess Armstrong and Max Gail.

The film was based partially on the activities of the Los Angeles Hillside Strangler and was subsequently released on home video under the title The Lakeside Killer. Harry Northup, Harold Gould, and David Hayward round out the supporting cast of the movie. The film was broadcast as a November Sweeps CBS Tuesday Night Movie.[1]

Director Jonathan Kaplan went on to critical acclaim as a director of feature films including The Accused (1988), Unlawful Entry (1992), Love Field (1992) and Brokedown Palace (1999).

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Jill Kelso (Bess Armstrong) is a Des Moines, Iowa television news anchor, whose younger sister, an aspiring actress, has entered a life of prostitution in Los Angeles. When the sister becomes the eleventh victim of a sex murderer, Kelso conducts her own undercover investigation into Hollywood's night world of commercial sex. Along the way, chemistry develops with a sympathetic cop (Max Gail) who tries to save her from becoming a victim herself.[2]

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