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Beast of the Yellow Night (1971)

 -  Horror  -  1971 (USA)
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Satan saves Ashley from death on condition he become his disciple (and, as it turns out, a hairy murderous beast).



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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Ashley ...
Joseph Langdon / Philip Rogers
Mary Charlotte Wilcox ...
Julia Rogers (as Mary Wilcox)
Leopoldo Salcedo ...
Insp. Santos
Eddie Garcia ...
Det. Lt. Campo
Ken Metcalfe ...
Earl Rogers
Vic Diaz ...
Andres Centenera ...
Blind Man
Ruben Rustia
Don Linman
José García
Carpi Asturias
Jose Roy Jr.
Joonee Gamboa
Peter Magurean


Satan saves Ashley from death on condition he become his disciple (and, as it turns out, a hairy murderous beast).

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Returned from the dead to stalk human prey!









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Opened in New York City in 1971, as part of a double bill with the German slasher film Creature with the Blue Hand (1967) starring Klaus Kinski. See more »


Featured in Shiver & Shudder Show (2002) See more »

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Who da Devil? You da Devil!
6 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A bad man makes a deal with the devil to stay alive. His reward a pile of rotten meat and existence. The devil has plans for him. The man must occasionally turn into a beast and reek havoc on the surrounding area. There is another part of the plot, his relationship with his min- skirt wearing wife. He has not treated her well, but because she loves him, she puts up with his inconsistencies, including coming back from the dead in a hospital. He knows that there is no good end, but he has been made invulnerable, so he must carry out the wishes of his master. The problem lies with what the desired end is. When dealing with he devil, we must recognize his powers and, since we don't know how extensive they are, our hero (anti-hero) has no real free will. That's the rub. He meets a snarly old blind man who has a checkered past and philosophizes constantly. The central character would like to die. The interesting thing is that after his resurrection he is a pretty kind man, thoughtful and gracious and caring. I don't know. It's so darned obtuse that I just never got a handle on it.

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