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Ben (1972) - We're Talking Young Danny (Lee Harcourt Montgomery), who has a heart condition, and spends lots of time alone in his “work room,” doesn’t know that his new rat friend (title character!) orchestrated the murder of his previous human host, in Ben, 1972, sequel to Willard, 1971.
Ben (1972) - I Never Saw People Look Like That A stand-alone incident, as the title (rat!) character leads his band to attack a grocery truck driver (Bern Hoffman), who is rightly panicked, then the crusty local newsman (Arthur O’Connell), spectators, and cops (Kaz Garas, Joseph Campanella) try to process things, in Ben, 1972, sequel to Willard, 1971.
Ben (1972) - How Do I Play It Down? Dovetailing with the original (Willard, 1971) the crowd outside the house where the title character was killed by rats includes the Garrisons (Lee Harcourt Montgomery, Meredith Baxter and Rosemary Murphy), while the cop (Joseph Campanella) and editor (Arthur O’Connell) tangle inside, in the sequel Ben, 1972.
Ben (1972) - Every Inch Of It Looking to determine how the pack of killer rats are getting around, LA cop Kirtland (Joseph Campanella) finds veteran character actor Kenneth Tobey as the engineer in charge of the sewers, while the gang finds its way into a spa, in Ben, 1972, sequel to Willard, 1971.
Willard (1971) - Something To Nibble On willard71_somethingtonibbleon_FC
Willard (1971) - Cats Are Really Very Good Company Bruce Davison (title character) getting friendlier with Joan (Sondra Locke), the temp brought in to help with his excessive workload, then visiting with the two rat friends he’s brought to the office, which leads to a problem when she reappears, in Willard, 1971.
Willard (1971) - Happy Anniversary With his rats increasingly intelligent and useful, and his boss (Ernest Borgnine) unusually belligerent, and celebrating a wedding anniversary, Bruce Davison (title character) executes his first directed attack on fellow humans, in Willard, 1971.