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27 September 1973 (USA) See more »
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A horrifying tale of the supernatural See more »
Plot:
A young girl mets a boy, they take a trip to the country, and they wind up meeting a creepy old woman who lives in a closed-down resort. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Laurie Walters ... Jenny Macallister / Ghost Bride

Joe Spano ... John Devers
Edna MacAfee ... Agnes Abercrombi
Harry Bauer ... Hunter
Charles Raino ... Sheriff
Ray K. Goman ... Deputy Luther (as Ray Goman)
Steve Solinsky ... Axman
Richard Vielle ... Axman
Michael Herbert ... Lecturer
Joan Zerrien ... First Girl

Directed by
Bill Herbert  (as William Herbert)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bill Herbert  (as John Sykes)

Produced by
Bill Herbert .... producer (as William Herbert)
J. Randel Munro .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Charles Blaker  (as Charles R. Blaker)
 
Cinematography by
Larry Secrist 
 
Film Editing by
Bill Herbert 
 
Production Design by
Gage Cauchois 
Rand Herbert 
Douglas Saunders 
 
Costume Design by
Nancy Munro 
 
Makeup Department
Dino .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
J. Randel Munro .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. Wallaby Jones .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Terry Anderson .... property master
Mary Cassidy .... set dresser
Dorothy Viguerie .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Bill Brinton .... sound mixer
Tom Flood .... boom operator
Faith Himbly .... sound effects editor
Cadwalder Jones .... sound mixer
Dave Marshall .... cable person
 
Special Effects by
Don U. Dudhet .... special effects
Jess D. Dudhet .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeffrey Aas .... second assistant camera
Alan Coates .... head gaffer
Ira Estin .... key grip
Larry Secrist .... camera operator
Steve Slocomb .... first assistant camera
Steve Slocomb .... gaffer
Steve Slocomb .... still photographer
Ambrose Wolfinger .... best boy
 
Editorial Department
J. Randel Munro .... assistant editor (as J.R. Randel)
 
Music Department
Charles Blaker .... music supervisor (as Charles R. Blaker)
 
Transportation Department
Harvey B. Anderson .... transportation
Lee General .... transportation
 
Other crew
Exotica Fishback .... production assistant
Robin Munro .... continuity
 

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Also Known As:
"Bloody Spa" - UK (video title), USA (TV title)
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Runtime:
USA:83 min (DVD version) | USA:89 min (original version)
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The Soda Spring Spa was actually the Arroyo Del Valle Sanatorium, a treatment center for tuberculosis in Livermore, California which opened in 1918. With TB cases in decline, the sanatorium was closed in 1960 and sat vacant for more than a decade before the movie was filmed. The ruins were cleared in 1999, and Camp Arroyo was constructed on the site.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: As Jenny exits, the hunter pulls out his pipe and is holding it in his hands. Cut to close-up, the pipe's hanging from his mouth and he's holding matches.See more »
Quotes:
Jenny Macallister:What kind of meat is this, Mrs. Abercrombi? Is it beef?
Agnes Abercrombi:No.
Jenny Macallister:Well then, lamb or pork?
Agnes Abercrombi:No.
Jenny Macallister:What is it then?
Agnes Abercrombi:It's an old family recipe. I call it hunter's stew. It'd spoil all the fun if I told you how I made it.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
I love this movie!!!!!, 22 May 2009
Author: stevenw-1 from San Francisco, CA.

I think it was 1982 when I saw this on late night TV, Channel 2 KTVU from San Francisco Bay Area. I was living in Nevada at the time but thanks to (then) cable TV I was able to enjoy all the gems/classic horror movies that were featured on late night TV from the Bay Area. When one is up at midnight watching TV alone in the dark you tend to remember moments that shock the hell out of you and make you want to dive under your blanket and clutch your pillow for comfort...such as the very opening sequence of this film. The best that can be said about the Shriek Show DVD is that it retains the '70's luster, look and feel that I remember. The print used has not been offered in a flawless transfer and that's fine by me. I love seeing these films as if they were playing on the drive-in screen complete with lines, speckles and reel change 'jumps'. I'm not thrilled, however, upon finding out the Shriek Show DVD has some sort of "bug" where approx. 11 minutes of footage are skipped over and completely missing. I think you can somehow see the footage but you have to scan to it first and then let it play out. Very, very odd and the issue was never resolved with that company as far as I know. I'm sure they're still selling the flawed DVD right now without corrections for the fans of this film. Anyway - a shout out to the filmmakers of this film who posted here: whatever bad experiences you had making this film it was NOT all-for-not! You have some fans who really appreciate the effort and find this film almost essential '70's film viewing. The two lead actors are great, the opening is scary, the middle is intriguing and the ending is a downbeat humdinger. THANK YOU! - A fan forever

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