Trog (1970)

35mm film, Technicolor, 1.85:1
mono, English

A British horror film directed by Freddie Francis.

Plot Summary

Anthropologist Dr Brockton discovers a living troglodyte in a cave.


Directed by: Freddie Francis
© MCMLXX by Herman Cohen Productions Ltd.
Production Companies: A Herman Cohen production
Produced by: Herman Cohen
Screenplay by: Aben Kandel
Original Story by: Peter Bryan, John Gilling
Director of Photography: Desmond Dickinson
Film Editor: Oswald Hafenrichter
Music by: John Scott
Sound Mixers: Tony Dawe, Maurice Askew
Wardrobe: Ron Beck
Makeup: Jim Evans
Hairdresser: Pearl Tipaldi
Trog – Designed by: Charles Parker
Art Director: Geoffrey Tozer

Joan Crawford (Dr Brockton)
Michael Gough (Sam Murdock)
Bernard Kay (Inspector Greenham)
Kim Braden (Anne Brockton)
David Griffin (Malcolm Travers)
John Hamill (Cliff)
Thorley Walters (magistrate)
Jack May (Dr Selbourne)
Geoffrey Case (Bill)
Robert Hutton (Dr Richard Warren)
Simon Lack (Colonel Vickers)
David Warbeck (Alan Davis)
Chloe Franks (little girl)
Maurice Good (reporter)
Joe Cornelius (Trog)

Extracts included in
The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made (2004)


Today's Cinema no.9720 (8 September 1969) pp.4-5 – illustrated interview with Joan Crawford (Joan Crawford by John Deighton)

by Walt Lee p.504 – credits
Unsung Horrors by Eric McNaughton & Darrell Buxton (eds) pp.276-277 – illustrated review (by Martin Dollard)