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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Paul Naschy ... Father Adrian Dunning

Maria Perschy ... Patricia
María Kosty ... Deborah
Mercedes Molina ... Leila (as Grace Mills)
Jordi Torras ... Dr. Lewton Buchanan
Luis Induni ... Udo
Roger Leveder ... Richard Harrington
Joan Llaneras ... John (as Juan Llaneras)
Marta Avilés ... Sandra (as Martha Avile)
Juan Velilla ... Comisario (as Joan Velilla)
Florencio Calpe ... Christian
Dora Santacreu ... Abigail
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Esteban Dalmases ... Policía (uncredited)
Jack Taylor ... Father Adrian Dunning (voice: English version) (uncredited)

Directed by
Juan Bosch  (as Joan Bosch)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Juan Bosch  screenplay (as Joan Bosch)
Jordi Gigó  (as Georges Gigo)
Paul Naschy  screenplay (as Jacinto Molina)
Paul Naschy  story (as Jacinto Molina)

Produced by
José Antonio Pérez Giner .... producer
Original Music by
Alberto Argudo 
Cinematography by
Francisco Sánchez (director of photography) (as Francisco Sanchez)
Film Editing by
Antonio Ramírez de Loaysa  (as Antonio Ramirez)
Art Direction by
Alfonso de Lucas 
Set Decoration by
Alfonso de Lucas 
Makeup Department
Hipólita López .... hair stylist (as Hipolita Lopez)
Joaquín Navarro .... assistant makeup artist (as Joaquin Navarro)
Adolfo Ponte .... makeup artist
Manolita Ponte .... makeup artist (as Manolita G. De Ponte)
Production Management
Luis Marin .... production manager
Modesto Pérez Redondo .... production manager (as Modesto Perez Redondo)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ángel G. Gauna .... assistant director (as Angel Gauna)
Art Department
Alfonso de Lucas .... set designer
Ramon Ivars .... assistant set designer
Special Effects by
Alfredo Segoviano .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Agustín Barril .... assistant camera (as Agustin Barril)
Pedro Bravo .... chief electrician
Javier Ferrer .... assistant camera
Santiago Rodríguez .... second operator (as Santiago Rodriguez)
José Salvador .... still photographer (as Jose Salvador)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ana Salmerón .... wardrobe mistress (as Ana Salmeron)
Editorial Department
Monserrat Isern .... assistant editor
Other crew
Ramón Escribano .... production assistant (as Ramon Escribano)
Luis Ferrando .... production assistant
José Malla .... production assistant (as Jose Malla)
Miguel Tristán .... shooting secretary (as Miguel Tristan)
Crew believed to be complete

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90 min
Color (Gevacolor)

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Lots of Fun, 31 October 2014
Author: gavin6942 from United States

A young woman participates (unknowingly) in a satanic ceremony and gets possessed by the spirit of her late father.

The big issue with this film is whether or not it ripped off "The Exorcist". Some say it did, and can point to such scenes as the "reverse head" murder as evidence. Writer (and star) Paul Naschy claimed he had written it earlier and it just was not made at the time.

The truth of the matter, though, is that it makes no difference. Whether it is a ripoff or just a similar theme, the movie is a lot of fun. A priest acting as a detective, a 1970s possession, and lots of good, clean European cinematography.

Sure, this is not the classic "The Exorcist" is, but it might just be more fun.

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