Monstrosity (1963) Movie Details

Monstrosity
Monstrosity
English
Joseph V. Mascelli
Gene Kauer , Charles T. Knight
Cinema Verity , Cinema Ventures Inc.
(India)
1 hr 4 mins
4.4/10
Rating: 4.4/10 from 148 users

Monstrosity Movie Cast

Marjorie Eaton
as Hetty March
Frank Gerstle
as Dr. Otto Frank
Frank Fowler
Frank Fowler as Victor
Erika Peters
Erika Peters as Nina Rhodes
Judy Bamber
as Beatrice "Bea" Mullins
Lisa Lang
Lisa Lang as Anita Gonzalez
Xerxes
Xerxes as Himself
Margie Fisco
Margie Fisco as The Walking Corpse

Monstrosity Crew List

Director :
Writer : Dean Dillman Jr. , Sue Dwiggins , Jack Pollexfen , Vy Russell
Producer : Dean Dillman Jr. , Sue Dwiggins , Jack Pollexfen , Vy Russell
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Alfred Taylor
Editor : Owen C. Gladden
Makeup Effects : Lou Yates
Sound Director : Charles T. Knight
Special Effects : Ken Strickfaden
Camera Operator : Ove Schested
Dialogue Editor : Bill Ashley
Production Manager : Kemp Niver
Location Manager : Lucille Snyder

Monstrosity International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-09-1963
India
01-09-1963

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A rich but unscrupulous old woman plots with a scientist to have her brain implanted in the skull of a sexy young woman.

Monstrosity

Monstrosity is a 1963 English Film stars Marjorie Eaton , Joseph V. Mascelli , Dean Dillman Jr. , Sue Dwiggins , Jack Pollexfen , Vy Russell , Dean Dillman Jr. , Sue Dwiggins , Jack Pollexfen , Vy Russell , Gene Kauer , Alfred Taylor , Owen C. Gladden , Lou Yates , Charles T. Knight , Ken Strickfaden , Ove Schested , Bill Ashley , Kemp Niver , Lucille Snyder , Frank Gerstle , Frank Fowler , Erika Peters , Judy Bamber , Lisa Lang , Xerxes , Margie Fisco , directed by Joseph V. Mascelli & music by Charles T. Knight.