A Cold Night's Death

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A Cold Night's Death
Genre Horror
Written by Christopher Knopf
Directed by Jerrold Freedman
Starring Robert Culp
Eli Wallach
Michael C. Gwynne
Music by Gil Melle
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Leonard Goldberg
Aaron Spelling
Producer(s) Paul Junger Witt
Robert Monroe (associate producer)
Tony Thomas (associate producer)
Cinematography Leonard J. South
Editor(s) David Berlatsky
Running time 74 minutes
Production company(s) ABC Circle Films
Spelling-Goldberg Productions
20th Century Fox Television
Distributor ABC
Original network ABC
Original release
  • January 30, 1973 (1973-01-30)

A Cold Night's Death (also billed as The Chill Factor) is a 1973 made for television movie in the United States. The film was shown on January 30, 1973, on the ABC network.

The film was directed by Jerrold Freedman and starred Robert Culp, Eli Wallach, and Michael C. Gwynne. Culp and Wallach are two research scientists at the Tower Mountain Research Station (based on the University of California's White Mountain Research Station) who are trying to unravel the mysterious death of a colleague.

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