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Sting of Death (1965)

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Complete credited cast:
Joe Morrison ...
Dr. John Hoyt
Valerie Hawkins ...
Karen Richardson
John Vella ...
Egon
Jack Nagle ...
Dr. Richardson
Sandy Lee Kane ...
Louise, dark redhead
Deanna Lund ...
Jessica, honey blond
Lois Etelman ...
Donna, light redhead
Blanche Devereaux ...
Susan, frosted blond
Doug Hobart ...
Egon as a monster
Robert Stanton ...
Sheriff Bob
Tony Gulliver ...
First Boy
Ron Pinchbeck ...
Second Boy
John Castle ...
Third Boy
Judy Lee ...
Ruth - sunbather on dock
Barbara Paridon ...
First Girl
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The bruise on Dr. Richardson's forehead changes size and color throughout the movie. See more »

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Featured in Planet X: Episode #2.4 (2006) See more »

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Do the Jellyfish
Written by Neil Sedaka
Performed by Neil Sedaka
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14 May 2003 | by (the rock) – See all my reviews

I watched STING OF DEATH on the Something Weird DVD and it's fun and silly movie from the 60s with very little going for it except some excellent cinematography (sharp image!) and a good looking cast of unknowns. The film is not scary and the monster is hilarious. The set for the monster's hideaway is pure papier maché. You can actually see the woman make the "rocks" move just by touching them. It's definitely a must see for folks who like ultra cheap horror movies, for a laugh or for some sort of interesting time capsule. Personally, I prefer STING OF DEATH over DEATH CURSE OF TARTU. The characters weren't as annoying as those in TARTU. Those silly "Do The Jellyfish" dancing scenes are really something else. And the bodycount is very high. But like TARTU, nothing about all of this is very convincing, well except for the excellent underwater cinematography.


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