Olivia Hussey & Margot Kidder

Olivia Hussey (born 17 April 1951) is an Argentinian actress who became famous for her role as Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's Academy Award-winning 1968 film version of Romeo and Juliet, winning a Golden Globe as well as the David di Donatello for best actress. Margaret Ruth Margot Kidder (born October 17, 1948) is a Canadian-born American actress. 5.0/5

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1974 Black Christmas with Margot Kidder and Olivia Hussey followed closely by the Exorcist with Linda Blair
Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder? Dayum. Then again, this is very pre-SUPERMAN so she was probably just starting out.
The original Black Christmas starring Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder & John Saxon was released today in 1974
I want to believe I'm an Olivia Hussey, but I'm probably a Margot Kidder or that poor virgin at thr beginning
Keir Dullea as Peter in "Black Christmas", (1974) Black Christmas (also released under the titles Silent Night, Evil Night, and Stranger in the House[1][2]) is a 1974 Canadian independent horror film directed by Bob Clark and written by A. Roy Moore. It stars Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, Andrea Martin, Marian Waldman and John Saxon. The story follows a group of sorority sisters who are stalked and murdered over Christmas vacation by a killer hiding in their sorority house. It was inspired by the urban legend of "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs", but was also largely based on a series of murders that took place in Quebec, Canada around Christmas time. Was he...or WASN'T he...the slasher ???
"Black Christmas" (1974) starring Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, John Saxon and Andrea Martin is a classic Canadian slasher that is low on the gore but high on the suspense.
one of my absolute favorites. Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder are great in that.
The flavors one finds in this cup of Yuletide sneer may seem familiar--an "old dark house" (sorority house, that is) for a setting; numerous young victims-in-waiting; a psychotic stalker/killer waiting in the wings; and everything from a "don't go in the basement" moment to the camera giving us the prowler's-eye-view--but it is all effectively rendered with considerable skill. For good measure, this holiday horror came along from Canada a full four years before Michael Myers made a mess of Haddonfield's Hallows' eves. It's an R-rated outing featuring Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder and John Saxon, with the warning that, if you don't want to get decked in the halls (or elsewhere) then kiddies, you better WATCH OUT!
Tonight's agenda (after a crazyballs week): watch "White Christmas" then "Black Christmas". In an alternate universe, Margot Kidder & Olivia Hussey are a singing duo, while Rosemary Clooney is being tormented by Bing Crosby.
And now, our first viewing of the season of Black Christmas. Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder.
Excellent shocker with wonderfully palpable atmosphere, both outside and inside the sorority house. The cast is solid, with Margot Kidder stealing the show as the vulgar Barb. The music score by Carl Zittrer is effective because it's NOT a conventional score, often consisting of atonal rumbling in the background. Producer / director Bob Clark creates much suspense, letting things build up to a chilling finale - and some very creepy closing moments. The film also has a fun and ribald sense of humour, especially when Barb makes a fool out of a desk sergeant played by Douglas McGrath. Lovely Olivia Hussey is not a squeaky-clean "final girl", too, which works. Among the highlights: the sounds of Christmas carolers drowning out the dying screams of one victim. This film is leagues ahead of the 2006 remake, despite retaining the presence of Andrea Martin.
I hear "Black Friday" and I think of a 1975 Bob Clark film with Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder...
ooh, with Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder! Good times!
The complete trailer for the awesome 1974 Canadian thriller starring Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder, Andrea Martin, Keir Dullea and John Saxon. 'If this movie ...
Just watching the Movie Black Christmas. Original version with Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder spooky stuff .
Just watching the Movie Black Christmas. Orginal version woth Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder scary stuff
As lovely and beautiful as Olivia Hussey is in , I'd rather have a drink with Margot Kidder and Mrs Mac
One hr til Black Christmas at in John Saxon on the big screen! Andrea Martin, Margot Kidder, Olivia Hussey.
Holiday Horror Movie of the Day Black Christmas. 1974’s Black Christmas, directed by the late, great Bob “A Christmas Story” Clark, basically established the paradigm for the 80s slasher. Horror fans often point to Peeping Tom and Bay of Blood as the archetypes of the genre, but Clark’s flick most certainly set in motion the string of holiday-themed horrors (and possibly the spate of sorority-based slashers, as well) that followed in its wake. You’ve got John Saxon, who is always a treat, along with Shakespeare’s Juliet herself, Olivia Hussey. And, of course, Margot Kidder. And it just wouldn’t be Christmas without that insanely awesome-looking, if not entirely politically correct, fur coat worn by Art Hindle—almost as iconic as the unicorn head. Black Christmas was the first, and probably the best yuletide slasher, and is a perfect watch for a snowy December evening.
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