Ataque de los Muertos sin Ojos, El

Spain 1973

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Return of the Evil Dead / Return of the Blind Dead
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Directed by Amando de Ossorio

500 years after they were blinded and executed for committing human sacrifices, a band of Templar knights returns from the grave to terrorize a rural Portuguese village during it’s centennial celebration.

a.k.a. Return of the Evil Dead / Return of the Blind Dead

Tony Kendall as Jack
Fernando Sancho as Duncan
Esperanza Roy as Vivian
Frank Braña as Dacosta
José Canalejas as Murdo
Loli Tovar as Moncha (as Loretta Tovar)
Ramón Lillo as Beirao
Lone Fleming as Amalia
Maria Nuria as Hija De Amalia
José Thelman as Juan
Juan Cazalilla as Comisionado
Betsabé Ruiz as Criada Comisionado
Marisol Delgado as Doncella
Luis Barboo as Cabellero
Francisco Sanz as Factor (as Paco Sanz)

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