Noche del Terror Ciego, La

Spain 1971

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A Noite do Terror Cego / Crypt of the Blind Dead / Mark of the Devil, Part 4: Tombs of the Blind Dead / Night of the Blind Dead La Noche de la Muerta Ciega / Revenge from Planet Ape / The Blind Dead / Tombs of the Blind Dead / Those Cruel and Bloody Vampi
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Directed by Amando de Ossorio

In the 13th century there existed a legion of evil knights known as the Templars, who quested for eternal life by drinking human blood and committing sacrifices. Executed for their unholy deeds, the Templars bodies were left out for the crows to peck out their eyes. Now, in modern day Portugal, a group of people stumble on the Templars abandoned monastery, reviving their rotting corpses to terrorize the land

a.k.a. A Noite do Terror Cego / Crypt of the Blind Dead / Mark of the Devil, Part 4: Tombs of the Blind Dead / Night of the Blind Dead La Noche de la Muerta Ciega / Revenge from Planet Ape / The Blind Dead / Tombs of the Blind Dead / Those Cruel and Bloody Vampires


Cast:
Lone Fleming as Betty Turner
César Burner as Roger Whelan
María Elena Arpón as Virginia White (as Helen Harp)
Joseph Thelman as Pedro Candal
Rufino Inglés as Insp. Oliveira
Verónica Llimera as Nina
Simón Arriaga as Morgue keeper
Francisco Sanz as Prof. Candal (librarian)
Juan Cortés as Coroner
Andrés Isbert
Antonio Orengo as Train engineer
José Camoiras
María Silva as Maria

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