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Devil's Partner (1961)

 -  Horror  -  September 1961 (USA)
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An old man sells his soul to the devil, and turns into a young man. He then uses witchcraft and black magic to win a woman from his rival.


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Cast overview:
Doc Lucas
Nell Lucas
Richard Crane ...
David Simpson
Spencer Carlisle ...
Sheriff Tom Fuller
Byron Foulger ...
Claire Carleton ...
Brian O'Hara ...
Harry Matthews
Harry Fleer ...
John Winters
Joe Hooker ...
Deputy Joe
Nick Richards / Pete Jensen


An old man sells his soul to the devil, and turns into a young man. He then uses witchcraft and black magic to win a woman from his rival.

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Half man, half beast--he sold his soul for passion!







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Writer Stanley Clements played Stash starting in the Eastside Kid comedy, Smart Alecks (1942). When Leo Gorcey left the Bowery Boys in 1955, Clements was cast as Duke Coveleskie starting in Fighting Trouble (1956) and ending in 1958 when the series completed its run. See more »


Sheriff Tom Fuller: Doesn't make sense, a hunk of beef killing a man like Doctor Marx.
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And introducing Ed Nelson... (Ed Nelson had been making movies since the early 1950s) See more »


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Must see if you like older spook movies.
24 July 2004 | by (Atlanta) – See all my reviews

Enough has been said regarding the summary of this flick. Sure, the plot doesn't make a whole lot of sense. I'd even go so far as to say the the makers may have switched stories 20 minutes into filming this movie. The deal with the guy coming back and not seeming to know anyone in the town he's lived in all his life just makes me think there was another version of the story at one time... Maybe not though. Maybe the plot just wasn't thought out enough. But what the movie does have is atmosphere. From the opening shot of a sinister shadow on a decrepit shacks wall with a scared goat bleating in the background , to a faithful pet going berserk and attacking it's master this movie is creepy. All you folks who like these old spook flicks know...That's the important thing. The Alpha Video version is very cheap but is in pretty bad shape especially at the beginning of reels. Sinister Cinema has a better copy but you'll pay more for it. I'd say at the very least get the Alpha Video version. You can't go wrong spending $6.00 and getting a quality spook.

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