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Kemek (1970)

Not Rated | | Thriller | October 1970 (USA)
A wealthy, eccentric chemical company owner sends his woman to get an American writer to take a mind control drug, Kemek, to verify its potential. She accomplishes her mission, but falls ... See full summary »

Director:

Theodore Gershuny

Writers:

Theodore Gershuny, Harry Millard (as Harry Millaro) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Helmuth Schneider ... Paul
Alexandra Stewart ... Marisa Love
David Hedison ... Nick
Herbert Weissbach Herbert Weissbach ... Geismer
Robert Wolders ... Sebastian
Mary Woronov ... Mary Wonderly
Chuck Mitchell ... Detective
Suzanne Wolders Suzanne Wolders
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Boileau Peter Boileau
Michele Cinque Michele Cinque
Tania Davidson Tania Davidson
Liza de Goya Liza de Goya
Alfonso de Luise Alfonso de Luise
Cal Haynes Cal Haynes
Lilian S. Laurent Lilian S. Laurent
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A wealthy, eccentric chemical company owner sends his woman to get an American writer to take a mind control drug, Kemek, to verify its potential. She accomplishes her mission, but falls totally in love with the writer. The chemical magnate, satisfied with the results of the test, rewards her with murder, just as she is about to flee to Naples with her new lover. Her ex-husband and a private detective track the killer behind it all to a remote hideaway to unravel the solution. Written by Mike Boyle <mboyle@abcs.com>

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Thriller

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Answering many critics' (and viewers') remarks that the film was so incoherent and disjointed it seemed as if it wasn't finished, star Mary Woronov (who was married to the film's director, Theodore Gershuny), stated that it was exactly what happened--the production ran out of money before it could be completed but the distributor released it anyway. See more »

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Incredibly Inept & Boring to Boot...
9 August 1998 | by Mike17See all my reviews

An exasperatingly bad film with a generic plot about a mad scientist's mind -controlling drug known as "Kemek". Poor production values, non-existent direction, & a terrible score are only a few of the highlights. The only thing that makes this even remotely watchable is Mary Woronov. This is definitely not one of the better low-budget flicks she made in the 70's.


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Country:

Canada | West Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1970 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Canada See more »

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Production Co:

GHM Production See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Black and White | Color (Technicolor)
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