The Devil and Miss Sarah (1971)

USA, 4 December
35mm film, Technicolor, 4:3
mono, English

An American television western fantasy film directed by Michael Caffey.

Plot Summary

A homesteading couple escort a captured outlaw said to have Satanic powers.


Directed by: Michael Caffey
© MCMLXXI [1971] by Universal City Studios, Inc.
A Universal Studios production
Produced by: Stan Shpetner
Associate Producer: Robert F. O'Neill
Written by: Calvin Clements
Director of Photography: Harry Wolf
Editorial Supervision: Richard Belding
Film Editor: Budd Small
Music: David Rose
Sound: Melvin M. Metcalfe Sr
Costumes by: Grady Hunt
Art Director: Arch Bacon

Gene Barry [Rankin]
Janice Rule [Sarah Turner]
James Drury [Gil Turner]
Slim Pickens [Stoney]
Charles McGraw (Duncan)
Donald Moffat (Appleton)
Logan Ramsey (Holmes)

Alternative Titles

El diablo y la señora Sara – Spanish title


The Hollywood Reporter vol.219 no.3 (6 December 1971) p.3

Cyborgs, Santa Claus and Satan: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Made for Television by Fraser A. Sherman pp.53-54 – credits, review
Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis 93 – credits
Movies Made for Television: The Telefeature and the Mini-Series 1964-1979 by Alvin H. Marill pp.78-79 – credits, synopsis