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The Lucifer Complex (1978)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi | 1978 (USA)
An intelligence agent discovers a Nazi plot to revive the Third Reich by using clones.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Vaughn ... US Secret agent Glen Manning
Merrie Lynn Ross ... Captive April Adams
Keenan Wynn ... U.S. Secretary of Defense / Adolf Hitler (rumored)
Aldo Ray ... Karl Krauss
William Lanning William Lanning ... Unnamed Survivor
Ross Durfee Ross Durfee ... Gerhardt Frobel
Victoria Carroll ... Secretary Julie Simmons
Glenn Ransom Glenn Ransom ... Bernard Vogel (as Glen Ranson)
Kieu Chinh ... Major Chinn Lee
Lynn Cartwright ... Assistant Brunner
Colin Eliot Brown Colin Eliot Brown ... Nazi Guard
Corinne Cole Corinne Cole ... Ringleader Greta
Gustaf Unger Gustaf Unger ... Hitler clone (rumored) (as Gustof Unger)
Bertil Unger Bertil Unger ... Hitler clone (rumored)
Carol Terry Carol Terry ... Captive


An intelligence agent discovers a Nazi plot to revive the Third Reich by using clones.

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The most terrifying plot ever imagined...takeover by clones!




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1978 (USA) See more »

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Hitler's Wild Women See more »

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Filmed in 1976 but never released to theaters, going directly to TV in 1978. See more »


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I Thought It Was Hilarious
14 November 2006 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is a horrible movie. But it is also quite charming in the best bad movie way. What does it have. It has a man living in some mountainous (Scandanavian?) country with the entire knowledge of the earth on crystalline rocks, reviewing the decline of the human race. Interestingly, most of the history is in black and white with projection streaks running through them. The main story, however, involves the rise of the Fourth Reich. It is a convoluted story that really makes no sense. People are being captured and turned into zombie like clones. They then do the bidding of a Herman Goering type leader who sits back and yells out orders. There are women with machine guns that can fire up to 50,000 bullets without loading. The Nazi's are utterly incompetent. They leave a fully loaded tank around that can easily be commandeered by anyone who knows how to run it. What happens is apparently what causes the downfall of civilized society, but I'm not sure why. Keenan Wynn plays an old guy with a Santa Claus beard who rants and raves. We can't tell the clones from the real people and what, exactly, happens at the end. It's just the silliest piece of junk, but those women, running around in their gray prison uniforms, firing machine guns, is quite remarkable.

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