La casa de las muertas vivientes (1972)

Spain, Italy,
80m
35mm film, Techniscope, Eastmancolor, 2.35:1
mono

A Spanish/Italian horror film directed by Alfonso Balcázar using the pseudonym Al Bagram.

Plot Summary

A wealthy young man marries for the second time but finds that his sister and step-mother are trying to murder his new bride.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Al Bagram [real name: Alfonso Balcázar]
Producciones Cinematograficas Balcázar, International Apollo Films
Producer: Antonio Mazza
Production Manager: Antonio Liza
Unit Manager: Gines Rodriguez
Script: Alfonso Balcázar, Giovanni Simonelli
Story: Alfonso Balcázar, José R. Larraz
Continuity: Emilia Arnau
Director of Photography: Jaime Deu Casas
Camera Operator: F. Javier Ferrer
Stills Photography: Maximo Lopez
Editor: Teresa Alcocer
Assistant Editor: Manuel Lizancos
Music: Piero Piccioni
Costume Designer: Luciana Marinucci
Special Effects: Elisa Aspach
Art Director: Alberto Boccianti
Locations: Rome, Lazio, Italy; Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain

Cast
José Antonio Amor (Oliver Bromfield)
Gioia Desideri
Osvaldo Genazzani
Carlo Gentili
Teresa Gimpera
Daniela Giordano (Ruth)
Alicia Tomás
Nuria Torray (Jenny)

Alternative Titles

Il cadavere di Helen non mi dava pace – alternative title
La noche de una muerta que vivió – working title
Las noches del escorpión – working title
Una tomba aperta… una bara vuota – Italy

References

Books

  • Euro Gothic: Classics of Continental Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby p.251