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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''Beast of the Yellow Night''' ([[:Category:1971|1971]], [[:Category:USA|USA]]/[[:Category:Philippines|Philippines]]) is a [[:Category:Horror/Thrillers|Horror]] film directed by [[Eddie Romero]].  
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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''Beast of the Yellow Night''' ([[:Category:1971|1971]], [[:Category:USA|USA]]/[[:Category:Philippines|Philippines]]) is a [[:Category:Horror/Thrillers|Horror]] film directed by [[:Category: Eddie Romero|Eddie Romero]].  
 
*'''Contents''': [[/Trailer|Watch Trailer]] | [[Beast of the Yellow Night/Creature With the Blue Hand (1967)|Poster Art]] | [[/BluRay|BluRay releases]]
 
*'''Contents''': [[/Trailer|Watch Trailer]] | [[Beast of the Yellow Night/Creature With the Blue Hand (1967)|Poster Art]] | [[/BluRay|BluRay releases]]
 
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* Running Time: 87 min
 
* Running Time: 87 min
 
* Production Co: Four Associates Productions
 
* Production Co: Four Associates Productions
* Distribution Co: [[New World Pictures]]
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* Distribution Co: [[:Category: New World Pictures|New World Pictures]]
* Directed by [[Eddie Romero]]
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* Directed by [[:Category: Eddie Romero|Eddie Romero]]
* Written by [[Eddie Romero]]
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* Written by [[:Category: Eddie Romero|Eddie Romero]]
 
* Starring John Ashley, Mary Charlotte Wilcox, Leopoldo Salcedo, Eddie Garcia, Ken Metcalfe, Vic Diaz, Andres Centenera
 
* Starring John Ashley, Mary Charlotte Wilcox, Leopoldo Salcedo, Eddie Garcia, Ken Metcalfe, Vic Diaz, Andres Centenera
* Produced by John Ashley, David J. Cohen, [[Roger Corman]], Beverly Miller, [[Eddie Romero]]
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* Produced by John Ashley, David J. Cohen, [[:Category: Roger Corman|Roger Corman]], Beverly Miller, [[:Category: Eddie Romero|Eddie Romero]]
 
* Cinematography by Justo Paulino
 
* Cinematography by Justo Paulino
 
* Original Music by Nestor Robles
 
* Original Music by Nestor Robles
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* Returned from the dead to stalk human prey...
 
* Returned from the dead to stalk human prey...
 
====Synopsis====
 
====Synopsis====
Near the end of World War II, Satan saves Joseph Langdon/Philip Rogers (John Ashley) from death on condition that he become his disciple. Satan has Langdon inhabit the bodies of several people over the years, bringing out their latent evil. As it turns out, he becomes a hairy murderous beast — a werewolf on the rampage carrying out the evil deeds of the Devil for the next 25 years. Ashley had made a series of movies in the Philippines with Eddie Romero for Hemisphere Pictures. When the owner of that company fell ill, Romero suggested to Ashley that they finance their own movie. Additional funding came from [[Roger Corman]] for [[New World Pictures]]. The success of the movie led to Corman making a series of films in the Philippines, including [[The Big Doll House]]. (Wikipedia)
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Near the end of World War II, Satan saves Joseph Langdon/Philip Rogers (John Ashley) from death on condition that he become his disciple. Satan has Langdon inhabit the bodies of several people over the years, bringing out their latent evil. As it turns out, he becomes a hairy murderous beast — a werewolf on the rampage carrying out the evil deeds of the Devil for the next 25 years. Ashley had made a series of movies in the Philippines with Eddie Romero for Hemisphere Pictures. When the owner of that company fell ill, Romero suggested to Ashley that they finance their own movie. Additional funding came from [[:Category: Roger Corman|Roger Corman]] for [[:Category: New World Pictures|New World Pictures]]. The success of the movie led to Corman making a series of films in the Philippines, including [[The Big Doll House]]. (Wikipedia)
  
 
A desperate criminal makes a bargain with a devil to escape his pursuers. The devil transforms him into a deadly jugular juggernaut. Can anyone stop this deadly creature of the night (VCI/Amazon BluRay description)
 
A desperate criminal makes a bargain with a devil to escape his pursuers. The devil transforms him into a deadly jugular juggernaut. Can anyone stop this deadly creature of the night (VCI/Amazon BluRay description)
 
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[[Category: 1971]][[Category:Films]] [[Category:Philippines]] [[Category:Horror/Thrillers]][[Category:21st Century Film Corp.]][[Category:Vic Diaz]][[Category: USA]] [[Category: New World Pictures]] [[Category: Eddie Romero]] [[Category: Roger Corman]]
 
[[Category: 1971]][[Category:Films]] [[Category:Philippines]] [[Category:Horror/Thrillers]][[Category:21st Century Film Corp.]][[Category:Vic Diaz]][[Category: USA]] [[Category: New World Pictures]] [[Category: Eddie Romero]] [[Category: Roger Corman]]

Latest revision as of 17:09, 28 October 2019

Beast of the Yellow Night (1971, USA/Philippines) is a Horror film directed by Eddie Romero.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1971 | Color
  • Running Time: 87 min
  • Production Co: Four Associates Productions
  • Distribution Co: New World Pictures
  • Directed by Eddie Romero
  • Written by Eddie Romero
  • Starring John Ashley, Mary Charlotte Wilcox, Leopoldo Salcedo, Eddie Garcia, Ken Metcalfe, Vic Diaz, Andres Centenera
  • Produced by John Ashley, David J. Cohen, Roger Corman, Beverly Miller, Eddie Romero
  • Cinematography by Justo Paulino
  • Original Music by Nestor Robles
  • Edited by Ben Barcelon

Taglines

  • Returned from the dead to stalk human prey...

Synopsis

Near the end of World War II, Satan saves Joseph Langdon/Philip Rogers (John Ashley) from death on condition that he become his disciple. Satan has Langdon inhabit the bodies of several people over the years, bringing out their latent evil. As it turns out, he becomes a hairy murderous beast — a werewolf on the rampage carrying out the evil deeds of the Devil for the next 25 years. Ashley had made a series of movies in the Philippines with Eddie Romero for Hemisphere Pictures. When the owner of that company fell ill, Romero suggested to Ashley that they finance their own movie. Additional funding came from Roger Corman for New World Pictures. The success of the movie led to Corman making a series of films in the Philippines, including The Big Doll House. (Wikipedia)

A desperate criminal makes a bargain with a devil to escape his pursuers. The devil transforms him into a deadly jugular juggernaut. Can anyone stop this deadly creature of the night (VCI/Amazon BluRay description)

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