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Honeymoon of Horror (1964)

The new bride of a strange sculptor finds that many of her new husband's friends want her dead.

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Credited cast:
Robert Parsons ...
Emile Duvre
Abbey Heller ...
Lilli Duvre
Alexander Panas ...
Max Duvre
Vincent Petti ...
Hajmir Dallali
Beverly Lane ...
Helene Russel
Dorothy Farol ...
Myra Amstadt
Monroe Myers ...
Duane Albright
Michael DeBeausset ...
Socki Van Bridge
Snuffy Miller ...
Toulouse
Christy Foushee ...
Tutti-Frutti Johnson
Reuben Guberman ...
Baron von Turko
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Waitress
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Ingrid Albert
Gigi Darlene ...
(Orgy of the Golden Nudes inserts)
Dawn Meredith
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The new bride of a strange sculptor finds that many of her new husband's friends want her dead.

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September 1964 (USA)  »

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The Deadly Circle  »

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1.37 : 1
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it's only raison d'etre is the nudity inserts not in most prints
2 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

This barely rates and registers at all on any scale. Almost everything about this production is pretty terrible. The best thing about it is the nude inserts that do not appear in most prints. But I would certainly like to find a copy of the film that included them. Another big problem is that the entire film is irritatingly predictable. Most of the characters are annoying and with one or two exceptions do not permit the viewer or the audience to sympathize with the characters. Many of the characters in this story are either simps or wimps. The line readings are annoyingly monotonous and the actors appear to know that this film is a turkey and therefore do not hide the fact that they are merely going through the motions. Their feigned interest is contagious to the viewing audience. In fact the only thing that would have made this film much better would be a lot more ample nudity.


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