The Other Side of Madness (film)
|The Other Side of Madness|
|Directed by||Frank Howard|
|Produced by||Wade Williams|
|Screenplay by||J. J. Wilkie Jr.|
|Music by||Sean Bonniwell|
|Edited by||Frank Howard|
|Distributed by||Prestige Pictures Releasing Corp.|
The Other Side of Madness is a 1971 film directed by Frank Howard and produced by Wade Williams. The film is based on the crimes of the Manson Family, made while the trial was still ongoing. In an attempt to cash-in on the 1976 TV movie Helter Skelter, the movie was breifly re-released under the title The Helter Skelter Murders.
The majority of the film takes place in flashbacks from the perspective of various witnesses during the Manson trial. The entire second half of the film is dedicated to the Tate murders, attempting to recreate them based on the evidence available to the public at the time.
- "AFI|Catalog - The Other Side of Madness". catalog.afi.com. Retrieved 2020-10-08. Unknown parameter
- The Helter Skelter Murders (1970) - Frank Howard | Releases | AllMovie, retrieved 2020-10-08
- The Other Side of Madness Blu-ray Release Date November 10, 2020, retrieved 2020-10-08
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- The Helter Skelter Murders at AllMovie
- The Helter Skelter Murders at Rotten Tomatoes
Category:Cultural depictions of Charles Manson
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