Sei Donne Per L'assassino (1964)
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Isabella, a young model is murdered by a mysterious masked figure at a boarding house run by Max Morlacchi and his lover Countess Cristiana Como. When Isabella's boyfriend is suspected of the killing, her diary, which apparently has some incriminating evidence linking her to the killer, dissapears, the masked killer begins killing off all the models in and around the house to find the diary.
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Also Known As:
Blood and Black Lace
Title: Sei Donne Per L'assassino
Release Date: April 07, 1965
Runtime: 88 mins
All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Country: Italy, France, Monaco
IMDB Rating: 7.4
Buried.com Rating: 8.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Cameron Mitchell ...Max Marian
Eva Bartok ...Contessa Cristina Como
Thomas Reiner ...Inspector Silvester
Ariana Gorini ...Nicole
Dante DiPaolo ...Frank Sacalo
Mary Arden ...Peggy Peyton
Franco Ressel ...Marquis Richard Morell
Claude Dantes ...Tao-Li
Luciano Pigozzi ...Cesar Losarre
Lea Lander ...Greta (as Lea Krugher)
Massimo Righi ...Marco
Francesca Ungaro ...Isabella
Giuliano Raffaelli ...Zanchin
Harriet Medin ...Clarice (as Harriet White Medin)
Mary Carmen ...Model (as Mara Carmosino)
Heidi Stroh ...Bleach Blond Model
Enzo Cerusico ...Gas Station Attendant
Nadia Anty ...Model
Paul Frees ...Multiple characters (voice: English version)
Goffredo Unger ...Masked killer double
Sei Donne Per L'assassino Horror Film Trailer 1
More Movie Taglines:
- The greatest shocks ever filmed
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- A fashion house of glamorous models becomes a terror house of blood!
- Inspector Silvester: Perhaps the sight of beauty makes him lose control of himself, so he kills.
- The German titles for the film were 'Bloody Silk' and 'The Masked Strangler'
Actress Mary Arden wrote most of the English dialog for the film, as she was the only English-speaking member of the production and the film was being shot in English for overseas marketing.
The title of the film for its release in Denmark was 'Red Nights of the Iron Hand', referring to the metal weapon used in Nicole's murder.
For its original release in America the distributors disliked Bava's opening credits that showed the cast posed around the salon in a series of creative tracking shots. The distributors had new opening credits made that showed a series of macabre animations of mannequins being shot.
Due to the film's low budget Mario Bava mounted the camera on a child's wagon and used it for tracking shots.
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