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The Blood Beast Terror (1968) Poster

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Peter Cushing considered this to be the worst of his many films.
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First film of Roy Hudd.
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Robert Flemyng reportedly hated working on the film.
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Opening credits: All characters & events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
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Played in the US on a double-bill with Curse of the Blood Ghouls (1964).
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The stage play shown in the film echoes the story of notorious grave-robbers Burke and Hare. They would be the subject of Vernon Sewell's next film the following year.
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Started shooting on the exact same day that Christopher Lee began The Devil Rides Out (1968) at a rival studio.
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Most of the cast complained about how small the sets were (this was an effort to save money).
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One of the many films that Peter Cushing made about this time to help pay for the health treatments of his beloved wife, Helene. She would later die of emphysema in 1971.
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