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Scream and Scream Again

Scream and Scream Again ★★½ Screamer 1970 (PG)

Price is a sinister doctor who tries to create a super race of people devoid of emotions. Cushing is the mastermind behind the plot. Lee is the agent investigating a series of murders. Three great horror stars, a psychadelic disco, great '60s fashions; it's all here. 95m/C VHS, DVD . GB Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Judy Huxtable, Alfred Marks, Anthony Newlands, Uta Levka, Judi Bloom, Yutte Stensgaard; D: Gordon Hessler; W: Christopher Wicking; C: John Coquillon.

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