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The Caller (1987)

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The Caller
Video Release Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman
Release Date 1987
Language English
Studio Empire Pictures
Distributor Empire Pictures
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
MGM Home Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Caller Malcolm McDowell
The Girl Madolyn Smith Osbourne

The Caller is a 1987 cult thriller/mystery film that features an unusual casting of only two actors as well as a surprising twist ending. The plot follows The Girl, a seemingly married woman, exchanging suspicions with an unnamed man who pays an unexpected visit to use a phone in her house, each of them trying to prove that another one is a murderer.

The following weapons were used in the film The Caller:


After the first encounter with The Caller, The Girl (Madolyn Smith Osbourne) runs to a cellar to retrieve a pistol from her husband's clothes. She finds some kind of M1911 but it turns out to be completely out of bullets.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
The Girl retrieves the gun from her husband's clothes.
The Girl holds the gun.
The Girl (Madolyn Smith Osbourne) checks the mag to find out that it's empty.
In disbelief she double-checks by tapping the magazine.



Both The Girl (Madolyn Smith Osbourne) and The Caller (Malcolm McDowell) are seen using a vintage crossbow, taken from Girl's Husband weapon collection.

The Girl aims a crossbow on The Caller.
The Girl aims a crossbow on The Caller.
A close-up on an armed crossbow.
A close-up on a crossbow which just was shot.
The Caller aims a crossbow on The Girl.
The Caller with a crossbow.

Weapon Collection

Residing mostly on the wall, there is a collection of weapons, which belong to The Girl's absentee husband and mostly includes daggers.

The Caller stands near the collection.
"This is unusual!" The Caller checks out the crossbow.

Sherriff's Car

In the back of such cars usually resides a shotgun, but due to lighting it's hard to tell whether that is the case.

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