1971's STANLEY has been mentioned as just another WILLARD ripoff, with snakes instead of rats, and that's essentially correct. I first saw it on Pittsburgh's CHILLER THEATER, and was instantly struck by its two theme songs sung by Jack Vino, "Sparrow," which plays over the beginning and end credits, and "Start a New World," which plays toward the end, as Chris Robinson transports his blonde captive to his remote Everglades hideaway. Steve Alaimo, who plays Creel, henchman to Alex Rocco, was also a record producer, and helped contribute to these recordings. I haven't been able to find out anything about Jack Vino, but this film is well remembered, if not well regarded. A full 106 minutes when uncut, with many shorter versions floating around on different video labels. Bill Cardille often showed the trailer for next week's movies, and this was one of them I saw in 1976.