Maldición de la Bestia, La

Spain 1975

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Hall of the Mountain King / Horror of the Werewolf / Night of the Howling Beast / The Werewolf and the Yeti / Curse of the Beast
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Directed by Miguel Iglesias

Waldemar, the renowned adventurist, joins an expidition to find the Yeti in the Himalayas. While hiking the mountains, he's captured by two cannibalistic demon nymphets guarding a remote buddhist temple and becomes their sex-slave. They transform him into a werewolf setting him loose to roam the mountain where he encounters a sadistic bandit. Working title for this film may be La Noche de Todos de Horrores which was announced in 1973, but there is no produced film under this name.

a.k.a. Hall of the Mountain King / Horror of the Werewolf / Night of the Howling Beast / The Werewolf and the Yeti / Curse of the Beast


Cast:
Jacinto Molina as Waldemar Daninsky (as Paul Naschy)
Grace Mills as Sylvia Lacombe
Silvia Solar as Wandesa
Gil Vidal as Larry Talbot
Luis Induni as Sekkar Khan
José Castillo Escalona (as Castillo Escalona)
Ventura Ollé (as Ventura Oller)
Verónica Miriel as Melody
Juan Velilla
Carmen G. Cervera
Pepa Ferrer
José Luis Chinchilla
Fernando Ulloa
Juan Ollé
Ana María Mauri

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