Faces of Death Trailer

Faces of Death Trailer (1978)

"Banned in 46 Countries!" 01 January 1978 Horror, Factual 105 mins

A collection of death scenes, ranging from TV-material to home-made super-8 movies. The common factor is death by some means.

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Cast

Michael Carr

as Dr. Francis B. Gröss

Samuel Berkowitz

as Himself; Cryogenics patient

Mary Ellen Brighton

as Herself; suicide victim shown jumping out of a window

John Alan Schwartz

as Leader of Flesh Eating Cult (uncredited)

Adolf Hitler

as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Thomas Noguchi

as Himself

Crew

William B. James

William B. James Executive Producer

Gene Kauer

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Rostros de la muerte Trailer

Gesichter des Todes I Trailer

Gesichter des Todes I (1978) Trailer

Las caras de la muerte Trailer

The Original Faces of Death Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1978

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