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'Let Sleeping Corpses Lie' (1974) Review

7 June 2013 12:25 AM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Reviwed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Jorge Grau

Written By: Juan Cobos, Sandro Continenza Marcello Coscia, Miguel Rubio

Starring: Cristina Galbo (Edna), Ray Lovelock (George) Arthur Kennedy (The Inspector), Aldo Massasso (Kinsey), Giorgio Trestini (Craig), Roberto Posse (Benson), Jose Lifante (Martin), Jeannine Mestre (Katie), Gengher Gatti (Keith), Fernando (Guthrie), Vera Drudi (Mary), Vicente Vega (Dr. Duffield), Francisco Sanz (Perkins), Paul Benson (Wood), Anita Colby (Nurse)

Let Sleeping Corpses Lie is a forgotten Spanish-Italian zombie movie from the middle 1970s that deserves more viewers in its camp. This title has so many alternate titles in its numerous releases that it can be difficult to track down. The original title is “Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti” and the most common title that was released in America was “The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue.” It was also released in some theaters in America as “Don’t Open the Window. »

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