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Dr Terror's Vault of Horror


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The horrific Dr Terror introduces the first of a series of chilling horror double bills, tonight's offerings featuring two of the weirdest of women.
Grace Jones
Three college kids, hoping to find a stripper, stumble across the erotic dancer Katrina. But she is not quite what they expected and they find themselves the victims of her supernatural blood-lust. With
Dedee Pfeiffer , sister of Michelle.
Director Richard Wenk (1986) Subtitled
And at 12.50am Mask of Satan r Starring
Barbara Steele
A drop of blood accidentally awakens a witch from the 17th century who is hell-bent on revenge.
Director Mario Bava (196 1)
SEE FILMS pages 41-46


Unknown: Dedee Pfeiffer
Director: Richard Wenk
Unknown: Barbara Steele
Director: Mario Bava
Katrina: Grace Jones
Keith: Chris Makepeace
AJ: Robert Rusler
Vk: Sandy Baron
Amaretto: Dedee Pfeiffer
Duncan: Gedde Watanabe
Snow: Billy Drago
Vlad: Brad Logan
Katia: Barbara Steele
Asa: Barbara Steele
Andrej: John Richardson
Prince Vajda: Ivo Garrani
Dr Kruvajan: Andrea Checchi
Jarutich: Aruro Dominici

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Dr Terror's Vault of Horror

BBC One London, 10 September 1993 23.15

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