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Ben, in the Bible, Levite porter under David.

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Ben ★½ 1972 (PG)

Sequel to “Willard” finds police Detective Kirtland still on the hunt for a killer rat pack led by Ben, king of the rodents. Title song by young Michael Jackson hit the top of the charts. 95m/C VHS . Joseph Campanella, Lee Montgomery, Arthur O'Connell, Rosemary Murphy, Meredith Baxter, Norman Alden, Paul Carr, Kaz Garas, Kenneth Tobey, Richard Van Heet; D: Phil Karlson; W: Gilbert Ralston; C: Russell Metty; M: Walter Scharf. Golden Globes '73: Song (“Ben”).

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