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Sweet Savior (1971)

A Manson-like cult leader takes his "flock" to New York City, where they do drugs and kill people.

Director:

Robert L. Roberts (as Bob Roberts)

Writers:

Matt Cavanagh, Robert L. Roberts (story) (as Bob Roberts)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Troy Donahue ... Moon
Renay Granville Renay Granville ... Sandra Barlow
Francine Middleton Francine Middleton ... Faith
Tallie Cochrane ... Ruth (as Talie Cochrane)
Matt Greene Matt Greene ... Bull
Tobi Marsh Tobi Marsh ... Fritzi
Lee Terri Lee Terri ... Maggie
Joie Addison Joie Addison ... Carol
Mark Curran Mark Curran ... Chris
Alan Waters Alan Waters ... Folk Singer
Perry Gewirtz Perry Gewirtz ... Pretzel Man
Joy Campbell Joy Campbell ... Elsa
Michele Norris Michele Norris ... Maggie's Girlfriend
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Storyline

Sandra Barlow is a 70's girl looking for kicks in the form of sex and drugs. One day, she decides to have an orgy drug party and invite some "freaks" led by Moon to entertain her and her rich friends. Moon has other things in mind as his friends are looking for an orgy of sex and gore. Written by Josh Pasnak

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Six states wanted them jailed. Eight torture victims wanted them dead. All the blood freaks wanted was one more night... of the most brutal orgy in history!

Genres:

Thriller | Drama

Certificate:

X | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 June 1973 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Sweet Saviour See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Trans World Attractions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Tallie Cochrane got her SAG card from acting in this film. See more »

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Featured in Twisted Sex Vol. 6 See more »

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Dig That Wild Background Music!
18 September 2001 | by kennywest1See all my reviews

As you may have read, it is indeed a very cheesy drama based on the Manson Killings. Actually, it's a "statement" film that doesn't "cop out". The film introduces our pseudo-Manson character,"Moon",who arranges sex parties for rich people and in his spare time introduces his friends to the last chapter of the bible while tripping. In the meantime the music is quite pleasing, and the whole film rolls by like an old record. If you enjoy Manson films, I think you'll be let down. The story is non-existent, but some swingers getting ready for an orgy nonchalantly as if going to a luncheon might be worth examining again. The characters are reduced to idiot strippers and goons. I loved that wild background score, so I can't say I didn't think it was a good movie, despite the desperate attempt to imitate what happened to Sharon Tate and others in August of '69.


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