Scarab Trailer

Scarab Trailer (1984)

"Evil, plotted by a mad sorcerer... bizarre beyond imagination." 22 June 1984 Adventure, Horror 92 mins

Satanic Nazis gather to perform ancient rites for evil Egyptian gods in hopes of bringing one back from the dead. Actually, the revivified body belongs to a slain Nazi. Unfortunately, the soul is that of the vengeful diety. Terror ensues.

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Cast

Rip Torn

as Khepera

Robert Ginty

as Murphy

Donald Pickering

as Harrington

Sam Chew Jr.

as Raleigh

Héctor Alterio

as Primer Ministro

José Luis de Vilallonga

as Presidente frances

José Lifante

as Ocultista

Ramón Pons

as Randal

Anders Ahlberg

as Holquist

Catherine Basseti

as Esposa de Holquist

Óscar San Juan

as Ministro de la Guerra

International Titles

Khepera Trailer

The Mind Assassins Trailer

International Releases Dates

Spain 22 June 1984

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