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Targets is a 1968 American crime thriller film directed, co-written and co-produced by Peter Bogdanovich, with cinematography by László Kovács.
In one of two parallel story lines that eventually converge during the film's climax, a seemingly wholesome and normal young man played by Tim O'Kelly suddenly goes on a killing spree. In the other, Boris Karloff, in his last straight dramatic role, plays a semi-autobiographical character. The film also features the first film appearance of producer Frank Marshall, who played as a ticket boy.
Targets received generally positive reviews. It was included in the 2003 book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.