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SAADIA
(1954/MGM.) 87mins.
Credits: Dir., Prod. & Sc: Albert Lewin; Ph: Christopher Challis; Ed: Harold F. Kress; Art: John Hawkesworth; Sfx: Tom Howard; Mus: Bronislau Kaper. From the novel "Echec au Destin" by Francis D'Autheville.
Cast: Cornel Wilde, Rita Gam, Michel Simon, Cyril Cusack, Mel Ferrer, Wanda Rotha, Peter Bull, Richard Johnson, Anthony Marlowe, Marcel Poncin.
In an Arab village near the Sahara desert, the leader of the tribe hires Dr. Henrik, (Ferrer), to help remove his people's fear of superstition, but a young woman named Saadia, (Gam), believes she is under the spell of a sorceress, (Rotha), and that the doctor's life is in danger.
An uneven mixture of medicine and magic with romantic pretentions filmed in Morocco.

SABU AND THE MAGIC RING (1957/Allied Artists) 61mins.
Credits: Dir: George Blair; Prod: Maurice Duke; Sc: Sam Roeca, Benedict Freedman & John Fenton Murray; Ph: Harry Neuman; Ed: William Austin; Art: David Milton; Sfx: Augie Lohman; Mus: Harry Sukman. Based on the stories of the Arabian Nights.
Cast: Sabu, Daria Massey, Robert Shafto, Peter Mamakos, John Doucette, William Marshall, Vladimir Sokoloff, Kenneth Terrell, Robin Moore.
Sabu recieves help from a genie, (Marshall), in a magic ring to chase some thieves to retrieve a stolen girl and a priceless gem.
A low budget Arabian Nights adventure originally filmed as two seperate television pilots.

LE SADIQUE AUX DENTS ROUGE (1970/Cinevision) 80mins. Belgium.
Credits: Dir: Jean-Louis Van Belle; Mus: Raymond Legrand.
Cast: Jane Clayton, Albert Simono, Daniel Moosemann.
A vampire undergoes treatment for his obsession with blood, but finally runs amok at a fancy dress ball.
A cheaply made film with a shoddy looking vampire.
The title translates as "The Sadist with Red Teeth".

THE SADIST (1963/Chips/Fairyway International) 81mins. BW.
Aka: THE PROFILE OF TERROR.
Credits: Dir. & Sc: James Landis; Prod: L. Steven Snyder; Ex.Prod: Nicholas Merriwether; Ph: William (Vilmos) Zsigmond; Ed: Anthony M. Lanza; Art: Mark von Berblinger; Mus: Rod Moss.
Cast: Arch Hall Jnr., Helen Hovey, Marilyn Manning, Richard Alden, Don Russell.
A teenage psychotic, (Hall), terrorises three teachers who unfortunately become stranded when their car breaks down at a roadside garage.
Hall is disturbingly credible as the psychopath.

SADISTEROTICA (1967/Aquila/Montana) 80mins. Germany/Spain.
Aka: RED LIPS; ROTE LIPPEN; TWO UNDERCOVER ANGELS.
Credits: Dir: Jesus Franco; Prod: Adrian Hoven; Sc: Luis Revenga & Jesus Franco; Ph: Jorge Herrero & Franz Hofer; Art: Carlos Viudes & Graf Pilati; Mus: Jerry Van Rooyen.
Cast: Janine Renault, Rossana Yanni, Chris Howland, Alexander Engel, Marcello Arriota, Manuel Otero, Adrian Hoven.
Hired to find a missing woman, a female private eye discovers that her disappearance is linked to a mysterious artist.
A badly acted and directed thriller. Many versions exists, all with varying amounts of nudity. Avoid the poorly dubbed English language versions.

THE SAGA OF THE VIKING WOMEN AND THEIR VOYAGE TO THE WATERS OF THE GREAT SEA SERPENT (1957) see The Viking Women and the Sea Serpent

ST. GEORGE AND THE SEVEN CURSES (1962) see The Magic Sword

SAMSON AND THE SEVEN MIRACLES OF THE WORLD (1961)
see Maciste Alla Corte del Gran Khan

SAMSON IN KING SOLOMON'S MINES (1964)
see Maciste Nelle Miniere de Re Salomone

SAMSON IN THE WAX MUSEUM (1963) see Santo en el Museo de Cera

SAMSON VERSUS THE GIANT KING (1963) see Maciste Alla Corte Dello Zar

SAMSON VERSUS THE VAMPIRE WOMEN (1961)
see Santo Contra las Mujeres Vampiros

SAMURAI PIRATE (1964) see Daitozoku

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LA SANGLASTE SORCIERE
(1964) see I Lunghi Capelli della Morte

LA SANGRE DE NOSTRADAMUS (1960/Bosas Priego SA.) BW. Serial. 10 episodes. Mexico.
Aka: THE BLOOD OF NOSTRADAMUS.
Credits: Dir: Frederick Curiel; Prod: Victor Parra; Sc: Charles Taboada & Alfred Ruanova; Ed: Joseph J. Mungala.
Cast: German Robles, Julio A. Leman, Domingo Soler, Manver (Manuel Casanueva), Aurora Alvarado.
A descendant, (Robles), of the famous fourteenth century prophet is a vampire pursued by Professor Duran, (Soler), and police armed with silver bullets. Eventually the vampire is destroyed with a stake after causing an eclipse of the moon.
This serial has been re-edited and re-dubbed into four feature films titled La Maldicion de Nostradamus, LA SANGRE DE NOSTRADAMUS, Nostradamus y el Destructor de Monstruos and Nostradamus el Genio de las Tinieblas. Some actually had new footage added and were released directly to American television.
LA SANGRE DE NOSTRADAMUS was made from episodes "El Aparecido en el Covento", "El Ave Negra" and "La Ultima Victima" with new footage directed by Stim Segar.

SANGRE DE VIRGENES (1968/Azteca) Argentina.
Aka: BLOOD OF THE VIRGINS.
Credits: Dir: Emilio Vieyra; Prod: Orestes Trueco.
Cast: Ricardo Bauleo, Gloria Prat, Susana Beltran, Rolo Puente, Walter Kliche, Orestes A. Trueco.
A group of travellers spend the night in a lodge inhabited by a vampire.
A poorly made South American soft-core horror. In one scene a flock of seagulls are supposed to be bats.

SANTA CLAUS (1959/Azteca) Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Rene Cardona; Prod: William Calderon Stell; Sc: Rene Cardona & Adolpho Portillo; Ph: Raul M. Solares; Mus: A.D. Conde.
Cast: José Elias Moreno, Cesareo Quezadas, José Luis Aguirre, Armando Arriola, Nora Veryan.
"See...the all time great Christmas classic!"
Jolly Santa teams up with Merlin the magician to combat the evil Red-Devil.
A silly seasonal adventure tale for children imported to America by producer K. Gordon Murray with narration by Ken Smith.

SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS (1964/Jalor Prod./Embassy) 82mins. US.
Credits: Dir: Nicholas Webster; Prod: Paul Jacobson; Sc: Glenville Mareth; Ph: David Quaid; Art: Maurice Gordon; Mus: Milton Delugg. From a story by Paul Jacobson.
Cast: John Call, Leonard Hicks, Pia Isadora, Vincent Beck, Donna Conforti, Victor Stiles, James Cahill, Carl Donn, Jim Bishop, Leila Martin, Charles G. Renn, Christopher Month, Bill McCutcheon, Joseph Eric, Lin Thurmond.
Santa, (Call), and two children are kidnapped by Martians because they have no Santa Claus of their own on Mars. On the red planet Santa is forced to make toys for the Martian children, but plots a rebellion on the planet that allows him to return to Earth just in time for Christmas.
This extremely cheap production has since become something of a cult film despite the arduous task of watching it.
One of the kidnapped children is a young Pia Isadora.
The song "Hooray For Santa Claus" was released as a single and the story was issued as a comic book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SANTO ATACA LAS BRUJAS
(1964) see Atacan las Brujas

SANTO ATTACKS THE WITCHES (1964) see Atacan las Brujas

SANTO CONTRA BLUE DEMON EN LA ATLANTIDA (1968/Sotomajor) 89mins. Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Julian Soler; Prod: Jesús Sotomajor Martínez; Ex.Prod: Herberto Davila Guajardo; Sc: R.G. Travesi; Ph. & Sfx: Raúl Martínez Solares; Ed: Jos‚ Bustos; Art: Carlos Grandjean; Mu: Dolores Camarillo; Mus: Gustavo Cesar Carréon.
Cast: Santo, Blue Demon (Alejandro Cruz), Jorge Rado, Rafael Banquells, Silvia Pasquel, Magda Giner, Rosa María Pieiro, Griselda Mejia, Marcello Villamil, Hector Guzman.
A Nazi scientist who has discovered the secret of eternal youth, creates an evil duplicate of the wrestler Blue Demon to help him rule the world from his secret headquarters in Atlantis. Santo attempts to thwart the villain's plans.
The title translates as Santo Versus The Blue Demon In Atlantis.

SANTO CONTRA EL BARON BRAKOLA (1965/Filmica Vergara) BW. Mexico.
Aka: EL BARON BRAKOLA.
Credits: Dir: José Díaz Morales; Prod: Enrique Vergara & Roy Fletcher; Sc: Rafael Garcia Traversi.
Cast: Santo (Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Mercedes Carreño, Antonio de Hud, Susana Robles, Fernando Oses, Ana Martin, Meche Carreno, Andrea Palmer.
Mexican wrestling hero Santo battles with vampire Baron Brakola and his vampire brides.

SANTO CONTRA EL ESTRANGULADOR (1965/Clasa-Mohme) Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Rene Cardona.
Cast: Santo, Alberto Vazquez, Maria Duval, Begoña Palacios, Carlos Lopez Moctezuma.
Wrestling hero, Santo encounters a masked figure terrorising a theatre.
A Mexican wrestling variation of The Phantom of the Opera.
The title translates as Santo Versus the Strangler.
Sequel: Espectro del Estrangulador (1965).

SANTO CONTRA INVASION DE LOS MARCIANOS (1966) 93mins. Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Alfredo B. Crevenna.
Cast:
Wolf Rubinskis, Maura Monti, El Nazi, Natanael Leon Frankenstein.
Santo battles some alien invaders and their leader, (Rubinskis).

SANTO CONTRA LA MAGIA NEGRA (1972/Peliculas Latinoamericana/Flama) 100mins. Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Alfredo B. Crevenna; Sc: Rafael Garcia Traversi; Ph: Alfredo Uribe; Ed: Reynoldo Portillo; Mus: Gustavo Cesar Carreon.
Cast: Santo, Elsa Cardenas, Sasha Montenegro, Gerty Jones, Fernando Oses, Guillermo Galvez, Carlos Suarez, Ismael Ramirez.
Santo aids Interpol's investigation into the disappearance of some scientists by holding a series of wrestling matches in the area where they went missing. A high Priestess sends her zombie slaves into the ring, but when Santo vanquishes his undead opponents, the High Priestess is so impressed with his performance that she helps Santo's investigations that reveal an evil black magic sect are responsible for the abductions. While Santo tries to overcome the sect's supernatural wrestler who can change into a tiger, the High Priestess sends the police to their hideout.
The title translates as Santo Versus Black Magic.

SANTO CONTRA LOS CAZADORES DE CABEZAS (1970/Zacarias) Mexico.
Credits: Dir: Rene Cardona.
Cast: Santo (Eric del Castillo or Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Nadia Milton, F. Fernandez.
The sinister Dr. Mathus tries to use the blood of the living to reanimate the dead, but does not bargain on Santo's interference.
Title translates as Santo vs. The Riders of Terror.

SANTO CONTRA LOS MUJERES VAMPIRO (1961/Tele-Ciné-Radio) BW. Mexico.
Aka: SAMSON VERSUS THE VAMPIRE WOMEN (US); ARGOS ALLA RISCOSSA.
Credits: Dir. & Sc: Alfonso Corona Blake; Prod: Luis Garcia DeLeon; Ph: Manuel Gonzales; Ed: José W. Bustos; Art: Roberto Silva; Mus: Raul Lavista. From a story by Antonio Orellana, Fernando Osés & Rafael G. Travesi.
Cast: Santo (Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Lorena Velázquez, María Duval, Jaimie Fernandez, Ofelia Montesco, Augusto Benedico, Lobo Negro (Black Shadow), Laura Marquetti, Ray Mendoza, Cavernario Galindo.
Santo, (Huerta), is asked for help by egyptologist Dr. Orloff when his daughter is threatened by the vampire women. On the girl's shoulder is a special mark that proves that her ancestor was once rescued by Santo's ancestor. In the wrestling ring Santo faces the vampire women's champion whose mask Santo rips off to reveal the hideous features underneath.
Producer K. Gordon Murray's imported dubbed version with dialogue by Manuel San Fernando refers to the title hero as Samson.

SANTO EN EL HOTEL DE LA MUERTE (1961/Peliculas/Rodriguez) BW. Mexico.
Aka: SANTO VERSUS THE ZOMBIES; INVASION OF THE ZOMBIES (US).
Credits: Dir: Benito Alzraki; Prod: Fernando Oses; Sc: Benito Alzraki.
Cast: Santo, Fernando Casanova, Ana Bertha Lepe.
Masked wrestling hero, Santo faces a mad serial killer.
No zombies appear.
The second in a long list of Mexican films featuring the masked wrestler.

SANTO EN EL MUSEO DE CERA (1962/Clasa-Mohme/Azteca) 90mins. BW. Mexico.
Aka: SAMSON IN THE WAX MUSEUM (US); ARGOS CONTRO E 7 MASCHERE DI CERA.
Credits: Dir: Alfonso Corona Blake; Prod: Alberto López; Sc: Fernando Galiana & Julio Porter; Ph: José Ortiz Ramos.
US. version Prod: K. Gordon Murray.
Cast: Santo, Claudio Brook, Ruben Rojo, Norma Mora, Roxana Bellini, José Luis Jimenez, Victor Velazquez.
Nazi Dr. Karol kills people and turns them into monsters which he keeps in suspended animation and disguises as exhibits in a wax museum. Santo evaentually vanquishes the scientist, a werewolf, the Frankenstein monster and an abominable snowman by throwing them into a vat of boiling wax.

SANTO EN EL TESORO DE DRACULA (1968/Cinematografica Calderon) 82mins. Mexico. Aka: VAMPIRO Y EL SEXO; TREASURE OF DRACULA.
Credits: Dir: Renè Cardona; Prod: Guillermo Calderon Stell; Sc: Alfredo Salazar; Ph: Raúl Martinez Solares; Ed: José Bustos; Art: Salvador Lozano; Mu: María del Castillo; Mus: Sergio Guerrero.
Cast: Santo (Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Noelia Noel, Aldo Monti, Carlos Agosti, Roberto G. Rivera, Alberto Rojas, Gina Moret, Paulette.
To try and recover Dracula's treasure, a scientist named Luisa, (Noel), uses a time machine to arrive at Dracula's castle, however she is bitten by the vampire count, (Monti), but Santo, (Huerta), has been watching Luisa's progress through a special television scanner in his laboratory. The masked wrestling hero travels back in time to rescue Luisa from the Count and from ignorant villagers who want to drive a stake through her heart. When Dracula is trapped in a cave, Santo dynamites the area causing Dracula and his bride to decompose into paper bats.
Comic strip vampires and Mexican wrestling mayhem.
Sequel: Santo en la Vengenza de las Mujeres Vampiro (1969).

SANTO EN LA CASA DE LAS BRUJAS (1964) see Atacan las Brujas

SANTO EN LA VENGANZA DE LAS MUJERES VAMPIROS (1969/ Cinematografica Flama/ Peliculas) 90mins. Mexico.
Sequel to: Santo en el Tesoro de Dracula.
Aka: LA VENGANZA DE LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO.
Credits: Dir: Frederico Curiel; Prod: José García Besne; Sc: F. Oses; Ed: María Salazar; Art: Alberto López; Mu: Felisa Ladrón de Guevara; Mus: Gustavo César Carreón.
Cast: Santo, (Eric del Castillo or Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Norma Lazareno, Gina Romand, Aldo Monti, Victor Junco, Patricia Ferrer, Alfonso Munguia, Frederico Falcón, Yolanda Ponce, Nathaniel Leon, Lucy Liñares, Ivone Clay.
The vampire Countess Myra, (Romand), is revived by the evil Dr. Brancor, (Junco), after he supplies her with the blood of a dancer and removes the stake from her heart that was originally put there by Santo. Believing that Santo's ancestor also destroyed her ancestors, she plans her revenge against the masked wrestling hero. Meanwhile Dr. Brancor creates Razos, (Leon), a superhuman creature made up of spare body parts gleened from the Countess' victims. Eventually Santo rescues Commissioner Robles, (Monti), from being sawn up, vanquishes Razos and burns the vampire's coffin allowing him to stake the Countess Myra once again.
Sequel: SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA DRACULA Y EL HOMBRE LOBO (1972)

SANTO VS. BLACK MAGIC (1972) see Santo Contra la Magia Negra

SANTO VERSUS THE ZOMBIES (1960) see Santo en el Hotel de la Muerte

SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRO LOS MONSTRUOUS (1969/Cinematografica Sotomayor) Mexico.
Credits: Dir. & Ph: Gilberto Martinez Solares; Prod: Jesús Sotomayor; Sc: Rafael Garcia Travesi; Mus: Gustavo C. Carrio.
Cast: Santo (Rodolfo Guzman Huerta), Blue Demon (Alejandro Cruz), Jorge Russek, Yvonne Govea, Manuel Leal, Heidi Blue, Jorge Rado, Carlos Ancira, David Avizu, Yolanda Ponce, Elsa Maria Tako.
Wrestling heros Santo, (Huerta), and the Blue Demon, (Cruz), have to combat Dr. Bruno Halder who has been revived by his evil hunchback servant Waldo, when he revives the Franquesteri monster, (Leal), Dracula, (Avizu), two vampire women, (Ponce & Tako), a mummy, a werewolf, four zombies and an evil double of Blue Demon that have been sent to defeat them by the evil Dr. Bruno Halder, (Ancira).
The best of the Santo and Blue Demon series with every concievable Mexican monster making an appearance.

THE SARAGOSSA MANUSCRIPT (1965) see Rekopis Znaleziony W Saragossie

SARDONICUS (1961) see Mr. Sardonicus

SASAYAKU SHIBIJIN (1963/Daiei) 83mins. Japan.
Credits: Dir: Sadao Murayama; Sc: Kazuo Mejiro; Ph: Nobuo Munekawa.
Cast: Keizo Kawasaki, Masayo Banri, Tatsuo Hanabusa, Yoko Hizakura, Yuko Hamada, Reiko Hibiki.
A woman seemingly returns from the dead to persecute the doctor who killed her.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SATAN
(1970) see Hexen Bis Aufs Blut Gequalt

THE SATAN BUG (1965/Mirisch/Kappa) 114mins. US.
Credits: Dir. & Prod: John Sturges; Sc: James Clavell & Edward Anhalt; Ph: Robert Surtees; Ed: Ferris Webster; Art: Herman Blumenthal; Sfx: Paul Pollard; Mus: Jerry Goldsmith. From a novel by Ian Stuart (Alistair McClean).
Cast: George Maharis, Richard Basehart, Anne Francis, Dana Andrews, Edward Asner, Frank Sutton, John Larkin, Richard Bull, John Anderson, Russ Bender, Simon Oakland, Hari Rhodes, Harold Gould, Henry Beckman, Harry Lauter.
An insane millionaire, (Basehart), has murdered to obtain a deadly virus that he plans to use to wipe out the population of Los Angeles. For practise, he experiments on a small Florida town where a former government agent, (Maharis), is sent to combat the madman.
An engaging science fiction thriller with some good photography and a taut script, but not enough character developement to carry off the silliness.

SATAN NO TSUME (1959) see Majin No Tsume

SATANIC (1969) see Satanik

THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA (1973/Hammer) 88mins. UK.
Sequel to DRACULA AD.'72.
Originally titled DRACULA IS DEAD AND WELL AND LIVING IN LONDON.
Aka: COUNT DRACULA AND HIS VAMPIRE BRIDE (US).
Credits: Dir: Alan Gibson; Prod: Roy Skeggs; A.Prod. & Sc: Don Houghton; Ph: Bryan Probyn; Ed: Christopher Barnes; Art: Lionel Couch; Sfx: Les Bowie; Mu: George Blackler; Mus: John Cacavas.
Cast: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Valerie Van Ost, William Franklyn, Barbara Yo Ling, Freddie Jones, Joanna Lumley, Michael Coles, Patrick Barr, Richard Vernon, Richard Mathews, Lockwood East, Maurice O'Connell, Peter Adair.
British Security forces recruit Van Helsing, (Cushing), to investigate a scourge of vampirism that is plaguing London whereupon Van Helsing discovers that a mysterious property developer is controlling a scientist who has discovered an extremely lethal virus. Eventually Van Helsing discovers that the property developer is none other than Count Draula, (Lee), who intends to wipe out the earth's population with the viral strain. Dracula is eventually destroyed by becoming entangled in a hawthorne bush.
This time round the Count appears in a tedious mystery tale with very little of the old myth still intact.
Released in America five years later with some cuts.

SATANIK (1969/Copercines/Rodiancines) 80mins. Spain/Italy.
Aka: SATANIC.
Credits: Dir: Piero Vivarelli; Prod: Romano Mussolini; Sc: Eduardo M. Brochero; Ph: Silvano Ippoliti; Art: Jaime Perez Cubero & Galicia; Mus: Manuel Parada.
Cast: Magda Konopka, Julio Pe¤a, Armando Calvo, Luigi Montini, Umi Raho; Mima Ippoliti, Antonio Pica.
An ugly woman takes a magical potion which makes her beautiful, but the effects are only temporary and she turns into a monster.
A badly made variation of the "Dr. Jekyll" theme.

THE SATANISTS (1969) see Angeli Bianchi...Angeli Neri

SATAN'S BLOOD FREAKS (1969) see Blood of Frankenstein

SATAN'S SADISTS (1969) 88mins.
Credits: Dir: Al Adamson.
Cast: Russ Tamblyn, Scott Brady, Kent Taylor, Greydon Clarke, Regina Carrol, Robert Dix, Gary Kent, John Cardos.
An evil motorcycle gang kill people just for fun.
An unoriginal tale that sends most of the cast to be fodder for the bikers.
Adamson is better known for his shoestring budgeted horror films.

SATAN'S SATELLITES (1952) see Zombies of the Stratosphere

SATAN'S SKIN (1970) see Blood on Satan's Claw

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SATELLITE IN THE SKY
(1956/Tridelita) 84mins. UK.
Shooting title: FLAME IN THE SKY.
Credits: Dir: Paul Dickson; Prod: Edward J. Danziger & Harry Lee Danziger; Sc: John Mather, J.T. McIntosh & Edith Dell; Ph: Georges Perinal & Jimmy Wilson; Ed: Sidney Stone; Art: Erik Blakemore; Sfx: Wally Veevers; Mus: Albert Elms.
Cast: Kieron Moore, Lois Maxwell, Donald Wolfit, Bryan Forbes, Jimmy Hanley, Thea Gregory, Barry Keegan, Alan Gifford, Walter Hudd, Donald Gray, Carl Jaffe.
An orbital bomb destined to be launched into space accidentally becomes attached to the space ship forcing two scientists to sacrifice their lives to save the spaceship's crew.

SATELLITE OF BLOOD (1959) see First Man Into Space

 

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