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Sin You Sinners (1963)

 -  Drama | Horror  -  1963 (USA)
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A stripper/fortune teller uses a magical Haitian amulet to keep young, and in so doing forces others to kill for her.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
June Colbourne ...
Bobbi
Dian Lloyd ...
Julie
Derek Murcott ...
Dave
Beverly Nazarow ...
Gloria
Charles Clements ...
Ben Furman
Burtt Harris ...
Bill
Belle Swan ...
Gee-Gee
Veronica Bellach ...
Sue
Douglas Gregory ...
Lou
Gino Ardito ...
Dick
Evelyn C. Wern ...
Mrs. Hayworth
Michael Turner ...
Edgar B. Wern ...
Bartender
Bert Salzman ...
Man in Bar (as Bertram Salzman)
Joe Masefield ...
Gee-Gee's Client (as Joseph R. Masefield)
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A stripper/fortune teller uses a magical Haitian amulet to keep young, and in so doing forces others to kill for her.

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Killer mobsters meet murderous strippers!

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Joseph W. Sarno's second feature. Originally hired only to script, Sarno took over direction when original director Anthony Farrar left the project. The film currently exists only in the form of one single damaged print. See more »

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Julie: Mama, how long? How long are you going to go on like this? I mean your dirty act, taking your clothes off in front of a bunch of dirty, filthy drunks? You can't do it forever!
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Home movie
13 August 2006 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

Early Joe Sarno film is little more than a home movie. I think even fans of his later films are going to be hard pressed to sit through this mess of a movie concerning strippers, voodoo and god know what else. To be honest I watched about twenty minutes of this before it became too much and I ended up watching the rest on fast forward, I can sit through most anything but this was an endurance test. Many scenes have little or no dialog, action is often crammed into the corner of a room with some sort of attempt at a set jammed with the cast (as if they were trying to make a living room look like a malt shop). There are longing looks and sense that there is a meaning floating just off the edge of the screen which neither we nor the cast can find. Truth be told this is a movie that you should not attempt to find just let remain lost.


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