The Sinful Dwarf

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The Sinful Dwarf (1973, USA) is a Crime-thriller film directed by Vidal Raski.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1973 | Dec. 1973 (US) | Color
  • Running Time: 92 min
  • Distribution Co: Boxoffice International Pictures
  • Directed by Vidal Raski
  • Written by Harlan Asquith (story) and William Mayo (writer)
  • Starring Torben Bille, Anne Sparrow, Tony Eades, Clara Keller, and Werner Hedman
  • Produced by Nicolas Poole
  • Original Music by Ole Orsted
  • Cinematography by Lasse Bjorne

Also Known As

  • Dvaergen (Denmark) | Haus der verlorenen Mädchen, Das (West Germany) | Teenage Bride (Netherlands) (video box title) | Abducted Bride (US re-issue title, 1974)

Taglines

  • Hvad var den mystiske dværgs perverse hemmelighed??? (What was the mysterious dwarf's perverted secret???) | A young bride...left alone to the lewd passions of an evil dwarf! | What was the TERRIFYING secret of the attic?

MORE ON BOXOFFICE INTERNATIONAL PICTURES: During a brief moment in the Winter of 1973-1974, BIP mainly focused on their more Horror-edged titles, with this and a film called Taste of Hell being highlighted as then-recent films to book with other films highlighted in that promotion being Jean Rollin's Requiem for a Vampire, which was re-named Caged Virgins and also Crazed Vampire (The title used for that promotion), and Behind Locked Doors, the 1968 film by Stanley Brasloff. The Sinful Dwarf was carefully marked in it's ads as something that was "not recommended for people with weak hearts" on top of it's usual "Admission Restricted," and became one of it's most interesting pick ups through it's history. As with some Boxoffice International titles, this was quickly given another title in Mid-1974, Abducted Bride. - Screen13

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