Two Thousand Maniacs
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Two Thousand Maniacs (1964, USA) is a Horror film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis.
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- Featured in: Film House Fever | Drive-In Classics Collection | American Grindhouse | Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell
- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Included in: September 2008 Features
- Released in 1964
- Running Time: 87 min | UK: 84 min (edited version) | Argentina: 90 min
- Aspect Ratio: (1.85:1)
- Production Co: Friedman-Lewis Productions Inc.
- Distribution Co: Box Office Spectaculars
- Written, Directed and Cinematography by Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Starring William Kerwin (aka Thomas Wood), Connie Mason, Jeffrey Allen
- Produced by David F. Friedman
- Original Music by Larry Wellington
- Film Editing by Robert L. Sinise
- Six people are lured into a small Deep South town for a Centennial celebration where the residents proceed to kill them one by one as revenge for the town's destruction during the Civil War.
Also Known As
- 2,000 Maniacs (undefined)
- 2000 maníacos (Spain)
- 2000 maniaques (France)
- Centennial (USA) (fake working title)
- Deux mille maniaques (France)
- An Entire Town Bathed In Pulsing Human Blood! Madmen Crazed For Carnage!
- Brutal... Evil... Ghastly Beyond Belief!
- Gruesomely Stained In Blood Color!
- A town of madmen crazed for carnage!
- The Most Diabolical Device Ever Contrived... Designed Solely for Carnage by a Town of Madmen Crazed with BLOOD LUST!