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The Collector


Terence Stamp, Samantha Eggar, Mona Washbourne, Maurice Dallimore View All


William Wyler (Director) View All

Release: Jun. 17th, 1965
Runtime: 1 hour, 59 minutes
Freddie is an inept bank clerk with no future. His only hobby is collecting butterflies, which gives him a feeling of power and control that is otherwise totally missing from his life. He comes into a large sum of money and buys himself a country house. Still unable to make himself at ease socially, he starts to plan on acquiring a girlfriend - in the same manner as he collects butterflies. He prepares the cellar of the house to be a collecting...
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mark f
The Collector is an unusual film experience but certainly one of the best films of its kind ever made.