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Jerry Warren Collection: Volume 1
Format: DVD Genre: Horror
Jerry Warren Collection: Volume 1

Jerry Warren Collection: Volume 1

Format: DVD Genre: Horror
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First, just when you thought it was safe to climb the Himalayas...you meet the "Man Beast" (1958)! Director Jerry Warren's schlocker follows Asa Maynor, searching for her missing brother, and her guides high into the icy wastes, where they come face to face with the Abominable Snowman. Lloyd Nelson, Jack Haffner co-star. Next, "Curse of the Stone Hand" (1964) mixes footage from a Chilean horror film, an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's short story "The Suicide Club," and newly filmed material starring John Carradine to tell the riveting story of a disembodied hand possessing the souls of innocent bystanders while a secret suicide cult engages in its own shenanigans. With Sheila Bon, Charles Cores. Finally, a beautiful masked crime-fighter and her squad of go-go dancers battle mad scientist Dr. Neon and the masked Ratfink for a stolen atomic-powered hearing aid, in "The Wild World of Batwoman" (1966), a freaked-out superhero spoof by Warren (who lost a lawsuit over the title); Katherine Victor and George Andre star. AKA: "She Was a Hippy Vampire." 3 1/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Directors: Jerry Warren, Carlos Hugo Christensen
Studio: Kit Parker Films
Release Date: 12/10/2013
Item #: 854084X
UPC #: 089859062827
SKU #: D21912
Attributes: Full Frame
Product Type: DVD
Rating: NR

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