Monstruos del Terror, Los

Spain 1969

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Assignment Terror / Dracula Versus Frankenstein / Dracula jagt Frankenstein / Dracula vs. Frankenstein / El Hombre que Vino de Ummo, El / Operation Terror / Operazione Terrore / The Man Who Came from Ummo
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Directed by Hugo Fregonese

Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various earth monsters, including the werewolf Waldemar Daninsky, Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet, and the vampire Count de Meirhoff

a.k.a. Assignment Terror / Dracula Versus Frankenstein / Dracula jagt Frankenstein / Dracula vs. Frankenstein / El Hombre que Vino de Ummo, El / Operation Terror / Operazione Terrore / The Man Who Came from Ummo


Cast:
Michael Rennie as Dr. Odo Warnoff
Karin Dor as Maleva Kerstein
Patty Shepard as Lisa
Helga Geissler
Ángel del Pozo as Kirian
Craig Hill as Inspector Tobermann
Jacinto Molina as Waldemar Daninsky (as Paul Naschy)
Fajda Nicol
Manuel de Blas
Diana Sorel
Peter Damon
Ferdinando Murolo
Gene Reyes
Ella Gessler
Luciano Tacconi

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