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|Boris Karloff||Himself / Gorca|
|Jacqueline Pierreux||Helen Chester|
|Gustavo De Nardo||Police Inspector|
|Milo Quesada||Frank Rainer|
|Mark Damon||Vladimire d'Urfe|
|Roberto Nicolosi||Original Music Composer|
|Ubaldo Terzano||Director of Photography|
|Les Baxter||Original Music Composer|
=== "The Telephone" ===
Rosy (Michele Mercier) is an attractive, high-priced Parisian call-girl who returns to her spacious basement apartment after an evening out when she immediately gets beset by a series of strange phone calls. The caller soon identifies himself as Frank, her ex-pimp who has recently escaped from prison. Rosy is terrified, for it was her testimony that landed the man in jail. Looking for solace, Rosy phones her lesbian lover, Mary (Lydia Alfonsi). The two women have been estranged for some time, but Rosy is certain that she is the only one who can help her. Mary agrees to come over that night. Seconds later, Frank calls again, promising that no matter whom she calls for protection, he will have his revenge. Unknown to Rosy, Mary is the caller impersonating Frank. Mary arrives at Rosy's apartment soon after and does her best to calm Rosy's nerves. She gives the panic-stricken woman a tranquilizer and puts her to bed.