|Welcome to Arrow Beach|
|Directed by||Laurence Harvey|
|Written by||Laurence Harvey|
Jack Gross, Jr.
|Based on||story by Wallace Bennett|
|Produced by||Laurence Harvey|
|Starring||Laurence Harvey |
|Cinematography||Gerald Perry Finnerman|
|Music by||Tony Camillo|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Welcome to Arrow Beach is a 1974 American horror film directed by and starring Laurence Harvey.
Robbin Stanley, a young hitchhiker, left stranded after a car crash and wandering on a California beach, is taken in by Jason Henry, a photographer and Korean War veteran, who lives in a nearby beach front house with his sister Grace. After Jason confides that Grace has some mental problems, Robbin soon begins to suspect that the opposite applies and that the mansion is home to some very strange goings-on.
Filming began in February 1973. Harvey was very ill during the shoot from cancer. Harvey died in late 1973 before the film's release. Lou Rawls sings the opening song "Who Can Tell Us Why".
The film took a year to be released. The Los Angeles Times called the film "a dreary, tedious tale".
Harvey said the film was "vaguely reminiscent of Suddenly Last Summer... it could be labeled a contemporary parable about innocence in a very sick world". He later called the film a thriller "which makes no comment on anything."