From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Sweet Savior (1971, USA) is a Horror-Thriller film directed by Robert L. Roberts
- Synopsis: The film is a re-telling of the Charles Manson murders, with Donahue as a murderous hippie cult leader named 'Moon'. The film was distributed by Troma Entertainment.
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- Related Links: The Helter Skelter Murders
- Released in 1971
- Running Time: 92 Min.
- Production Co: Trans World Attractions
- Distribution Co: Universal Marion Corporation (UMC) (1973) (USA) (theatrical) (reissue) | Trans World Attractions
- Directed by Robert L. Roberts
- Written by Matt Cavanagh, Robert L. Roberts
- Starring Troy Donahue, Renay Granville, Francine Middleton, Tallie Cochrane, Matt Greene, Tobi Marsh, Lee Terri, Joie Addison, Mark Curran
- Produced by Robert L. Roberts
- Original Music by Jeff Barry, Gilbert Slavin
- Cinematography by Victor Petrashevic
- Film Editing by John Connolly, Vincent Sklena
Also Known As
- Frenetic Party (Belgium) (English title)
- Le messie du mal (France)
- Sweet Saviour (USA) (alternative spelling)
- The Love Thrill Murders
- Six states wanted them jailed. Eight torture victims wanted them dead. All the blood freaks wanted was one more night... of the most brutal orgy in history!