From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Black Sunday (1960, Italy) is a Gothic Horror film directed by Mario Bava.
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- Released in 1960 | Black and White
- Runtime: 87 min
- Production Co: Alta Vista Productions (US Version), Galatea Film, Jolly Film
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures (1961) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Astral Films (1961) (Canada) (theatrical) (dubbed)
- Directed by Mario Bava
- Written by Nikolai Gogol, Ennio De Concini, Mario Serandrei, Mario Bava (Uncredited), George Higgins
- Starring: Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Andrea Checchi, Ivo Garrani, Arturo Dominici, Enrico Olivieri, Antonio Pierfederici.
- Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, Massimo De Rita, Lou Rusoff
- Original Music by Les Baxter (US Version), Roberto Nicolosi (Italian)
- Cinematography by Mario Bava
- Film Editing by Mario Serandrei
Also Known As
- Die Stunde wenn Dracula kommt (Germany) | La Maschera del demonio (Italy) | House of Fright | Mask of the Demon | Revenge of the Vampire (UK) | The Demon's Mask | The Hour When Dracula Comes | The Mask of Satan
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