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The Dead One (1961)

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A voodoo priestess sends out zombies to bring back live victims for her sacrificial rituals.

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John McKay ...
John Carlton (as John MacKay)
Linda Ormond ...
Linda Carlton
Monica Davis ...
Monica
Clyde Kelly ...
Jonas
Darlene Myrick ...
Bella Bella
Lacey Kelly ...
Lacey
Paula Maurice ...
Kooch Club Proprietress
Robert Henderson
Wilson Scott
Joe Burton ...
Joe Burton
The Joe Burton Trio ...
Night Club Band
Joe Jones' Orchestra ...
Dixieland Band (as Joe Jones Orchestra)
George Trussell
Jean Wade
Herman Alfonso
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A voodoo priestess sends out zombies to bring back live victims for her sacrificial rituals.

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EXOTIC VOODOO RITUALS See more »

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The Slow One
31 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Now, this is one boring film! For such a short film, they sure find a lot of time for nothing to happen, which is a shame because I was looking forward to this one.

You've got your playboy jazz guy who's settling down in a plantation he's inherited, but not after taking his new bride to see some jazz, some other jazz, and a belly dancer (that must every new bride's dream honeymoon!). Boringly, his cousin, who's mental, is doing voodoo at the plantation and resurrecting her dead brother so he can kill the new bride for some reason (seems awfully complicated when a simple gunshot would do). This involves a lot, and I mean a LOT, of bongo abuse. Seriously, the guy in this film hammers those bongos so much I'd expect his fingers were the size of Arnie's biceps by the time they'd finished the film.

So, near enough the first three quarters of this film are uneventful, so by the time they have the dead guy shuffling about looking to throttle someone, you'll be sound asleep. It did dawn on me that the zombie resembled Diamond Dogs era, coke-addled Bowie, so that gave me a chuckle, as did the ending, where the hero was all like "Well, cops…that's what happened. See ya!".

You might derive fun from this. The print you can get in the UK is one of the best I've seen for such an old film.


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