|Dependable Kay Lenz is good as Carol Bain, a New York City actress who believes she has witnessed a suspicious murder in Central Park.
After the body disappears and Carol soon realizes that no one believes her, kindly priest Father Brown (Barnard Hughes) comes to her aid.
Plagued by a series of bizarre incidents, the young woman soon finds her own life in danger.
Nice location work, this made-for-television thriller boasts some admirable suspense moments but is hampered somewhat by a less than satisfying conclusion.
Originally conceived as a pilot for a Father Brown mystery series (based on stories & character created by English writer G.K. Chesterton), the title was later changed to The Girl In the Park.
Directed by TV genre regular John Llewellyn Moxey (who also did 1971's A Taste of Evil and 1982's I, Desire et al).