An excommunicated priest sets up a satanic cult that only looks Catholic on the outside. He convinces a man to sign over his daughter's soul so that she will become the devil's representative on earth on her eighteenth birthday, but as that day nears, the man seeks the help of an American occult novelist to save his daughter, both physically and spiritually. Written by
Brian J. Wright <email@example.com>
...and suddenly the screams of a baby born in Hell!
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Did You Know?
The film was made and released about twenty-three years after its source novel of the same name (but spelled "To the Devil - a Daughter") by Dennis Wheatley
had been first published in 1953. See more
A very large red or orange drawbridge between two docks can be seen through a window behind Richard Widmark. At 35:33 it can be seen moving slowly to a fully vertical position. At 36:26 it is back down between the two docks. At 37:29 it starts to rise again from the horizontal position. At 37:48 it is back down between the two docks. These timings are from the British DVD. See more
Father Michael Rayner
It is not heresy, and I will not recant!
Referenced in The Devil's Disciples