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> {quote:title=Swithin wrote:}{quote}In this 50s schlocker, a woman from Pittsburgh, who is among a group of people who go to Africa to look for treasure, becomes a monster.

Hint: She's transformed by a mad doctor. The film ends with her coming up from the quicksand, as a monster, then a ? On the screen.


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In 1970 an infamous double bill of two horror films with similar titles was released with this subtle advertising slogan:




(They were cheating a bit, because the second half of the double bill was actually filmed way back in 1964 in black-and-white, under a different title.)



Can you name these two great blood-horrors?








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Thank you very much!


I'm thinking of a certain horror film from 1939, whose title implies that it's a sequel to a 1933 film, but they really have nothing to do with each other. The 1933 film was unusual in that it was filmed in color. The 1939 film was unusual in that the title role was played by a very famous actor who never appeared in any other horror film.


Can you name the films and the actor?

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Perfectly correct!


*The Return of Dr. X* is a so-so old-fashioned horror film, but it's fascinating to see Bogart with dead-white makeup and a white streak in his hair playing a mad scientist back from the dead, thanks to artificial blood.






Your turn.



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