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The Creeper (1977) Poster

(1977)

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Mitzi's death from being burned alive with fire was done with mirrors.
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This movie was shot in continuity.
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The severed deer head was real.
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The films wilderness setting 'The Cauldron of the Moon' was shot in a stretch of Ontario wilderness that had been burnt out by a forest fire five years earlier. Plenty of the chard trees left from the fire can be seen in the film.
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The original script left the killer's identity unknown.
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The doctors entered the woods by train in an earlier draft of the script.
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The scene with the guys trudging through the swamp was shot in a single take.
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The cabin was a left-over building from the TV series, The Forest Rangers. Everything else was a practical location.
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Robin Gammell did his own stunts in the river sequence.
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Hal Holbrook's salary was roughly one sixth of the film's budget.
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The film's killer was played by the second assistant director Michael Zenon.
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Shot in 1976, but didn't see an American release until 1978.
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Peter Carter: As the hostess at the restaurant in the opening scene.
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