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Release Date:
19 August 1960 (Italy) See more »
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You'll gasp with Horror . . . a spine-tingling motion picture only the atom age could produce! See more »
Plot:
A stripper is horribly disfigured in a car accident. A brilliant scientist develops a treatment that restores her beauty and falls in love with her... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Vanishing Cream It Isn't! See more (47 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Alberto Lupo ... Prof. Alberto Levin
Susanne Loret ... Jeanette Moreneau

Sergio Fantoni ... Pierre Mornet
Franca Parisi ... Monique Riviere
Andrea Scotti ... Il giardiniere
Rina Franchetti ... Gabby
Roberto Bertea ... Sacha
Ivo Garrani ... Il commisario
Gianni Loti
Tullio Altamura
Gianna Piaz ... Girl
Francesco Sormano
Nicoletta Varè
Appio Cartei (as Cartei Appio)
Bruno Benedetti
Silvano Marabotti
Alfredo Mariotti
Glamor Mora ... Belly Dancer

Directed by
Anton Giulio Majano 
 
Writing credits
Piero Monviso (story)

Gino De Santis (scenario) (as Gino De Sanctis) &
Alberto Bevilacqua (scenario) &
Anton Giulio Majano (scenario)

Produced by
Mario Fava .... producer
 
Original Music by
Armando Trovajoli 
 
Cinematography by
Aldo Giordani 
 
Film Editing by
Gabriele Varriale 
 
Makeup Department
Enrico Mecacci .... assistant makeup artist
Alma Paciotti .... assistant makeup artist
Euclide Santoli .... makeup artist
Fernanda Titta .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Dino Benedetti .... production manager
Elio Ippolito Mellino .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sergio De Pascale .... assistant director
Piero Monviso .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Ivo Benedetti .... sound
Osvaldo Capperi .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Ugo Amadoro .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sergio Bergamini .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Elsa Arata .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Lina D'Amico .... production secretary
John Davis Hart .... dialog: English language version
Anton Giulio Majano .... director: English language version
Richard McNamara .... director: English Dub
Claudio Sinibaldi .... production staff
 

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Also Known As:
"Atom Age Vampire" - USA (dubbed version)
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Runtime:
107 min | USA:87 min | USA:72 min (video version) | USA:69 min (DVD version) | West Germany:87 min | 96 min (DVD)
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17 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Vanishing Cream It Isn't!, 21 November 2004

A young singer/dancer has a car accident and loses her good looks to several large scars on one side of her face. She is soon visited by a lady with a solution to her facial problem just as she contemplates suicide with a revolver. The lady takes her to a doctor working out of a lab in his basement that has come up with a drug/serum that will make her face all better and supposedly cause the young, beautiful girl to fall in love with him. Nothing real special here at all. The film is very Italian and cheaply-made, but it does have some nice camera work here and there. The acting leads are all hams(prosciutto)and way over the top in terms of believability. The fellow playing the policeman does do a fine job amidst the bacon around him! The film has a somewhat grainy quality and some poorly lit scenes, but atmosphere is created through the lens. Although the serum must have some component from a living-turned-recently-dead woman, the scientific premises used in the film are very big flights of fancy. I laughed quite a bit at the serious turn the film tries to make explaining that the doctor's work sprung from his experiences in Hiroshima/Nagasaki. The lines are uttered with little conviction and carry virtually no plausibility in them. Though a bad movie in many ways, one could do far worse as a means of entertaining oneself on a cold evening.

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