From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Tender Flesh (1974, USA) is a Horror film directed by Laurence Harvey
- Featured in: 42nd Street Forever: Volume 4 - Cooled by Refrigeration | Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues From Hell
- Released in 1974
- Running Time: 85 min | Belgium:99 min (video version) | Argentina:97 min
- Production Co: Brut Productions
- Distribution Co: Warner Bros. Pictures (1974) (USA) (theatrical) | International Film Distributors (1977) (Canada) (theatrical) | Brut Productions (1976) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Laurence Harvey
- Written by Wallace C. Bennett, Jack Gross Jr.
- Starring Laurence Harvey, Joanna Pettet, Stuart Whitman, John Ireland, Meg Foster
- Produced by Jack Cushingham, Steven North
- Original Music by Tony Camillo
- Cinematography by Gerald Perry Finnerman
- Film Editing by James Potter
- A hippie girl wandering on a California beach is taken in by a Korean War veteran who lives in a nearby mansion with his sister. The girl soon begins to suspect that the mansion is home to some very strange goings-on.
Also Known As
- Tender Flesh Philippines (English title) / USA (reissue title)
- And No One Would Believe Her (Netherlands) (video title)
- And No-One Would Believe Her (Belgium) (video title) (English title)
- Arrow Beach (Germany) (TV title)
- Arrow Beach: la spiaggia della paura (Italy)
- Cold Storage (Canada) (TV title) (English title)
- Festín macabro (Argentina)
- Welcome to Arrow Beach
- Nice place to visit...no place to live!
- There is a witch's tale that once a man has eaten human flesh, he will do it again. And again. And again.
- A chilling story of cannibalism in the 20th century.
- You won't believe what's behind the meat locker door!