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Satanik (1968)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 18 April 1968 (Italy)
A withered old hag turns into a beautiful young woman after drinking a youth formula.


Piero Vivarelli


Eduardo Manzanos (screenplay) (as Eduardo Manzanos Brochero), Eduardo Manzanos (story) (as Eduardo Manzanos Brochero) | 2 more credits »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Magda Konopka ... Dr. Marnie Bannister, 'Satanik'
Julio Peña ... Inspector Trent
Umberto Raho ... George Van Donen
Luigi Montini Luigi Montini ... Dodo La Roche
Armando Calvo ... Commissioner Gonzalez
Mimma Ippoliti Mimma Ippoliti ... Stella Dexter
Isarco Ravaioli Isarco Ravaioli ... Max Bermuda
Nerio Bernardi Nerio Bernardi ... Professor Greaves
Pino Polidori Pino Polidori ... Albert (as Joe Atlanta)
Antonio Pica ... Louis La Roche
Piero Vivarelli Piero Vivarelli ... Commissaire Le Duc
Gaetano Quartararo Gaetano Quartararo ... Ortega
Mirella Pamphili ... La ballerina di flamenco che prova quando il locale è chiuso
Gustavo Simeone Gustavo Simeone ... Il portiere giovane
Giancarlo Prete ... Scagnozzo di Dodo con cravatta arancione


A withered old hag turns into a beautiful young woman after drinking a youth formula.

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Italy | Spain



Release Date:

18 April 1968 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Satanic See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Mediocre female version of Diabolik, anyone?
15 June 2003 | by macabro357See all my reviews

Deformed, aged female scientist kills fellow scientist in order to steal formulae for rejuvenating cells and reversing the aging process. She takes it and turns into the beautiful, evil Satanik (Magda Konopka) who goes around, seducing and murdering wealthy businessmen.

She dresses very stylishly in late-60s mod clothes and manipulates those around her, looking a lot like the late Marisa Mell from the DIABOLIK film. Coincidence??

However, in spite of all this, it's amateurish and sloppy without the James Bond pop-art gadgetry that DIABOLIK had had. Even the Madrid and Lake Geneva filming locations don't make up for this.

The soundtrack is by Manuel Parada & Roberto Pregadio and it isn't bad at all, consisting of lush orchestration with a little fuzz guitar used as an embellishment. Perfect for one of those European Loungecore CDs that came out in the 90s.

The Retromedia DVD also uses a substandard grainy color print that's in poor shape, with an explanation at the beginning saying that this was due to the age of the film. Bull ! They either didn't bother looking for a better source or they couldn't find one at all. There are only a few stills of Magda and that's it.

Sloppy & poor all around, this one gets a 3 out of 10.

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