Difference between revisions of "Horror Hospital"

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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''Horror Hospital''' ([[:Category:1973|1973]], [[:Category:UK|UK]]) is a [[:Category:Horror/Thrillers|Horror]] film directed by Antony Balch.
 
   <div class="large-6 columns">'''Horror Hospital''' ([[:Category:1973|1973]], [[:Category:UK|UK]]) is a [[:Category:Horror/Thrillers|Horror]] film directed by Antony Balch.
 
*'''Contents''': [[/DVD|Available DVDs]] | [[Horror Hospital (1973)|Poster Art]] | [[/Fun Facts|Fun Facts]]
 
*'''Contents''': [[/DVD|Available DVDs]] | [[Horror Hospital (1973)|Poster Art]] | [[/Fun Facts|Fun Facts]]
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*'''Featured in''': [[Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-in Monsterama (BluRay)]]
 
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====Main Details====
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===Main Details===
 
* Released in 1973
 
* Released in 1973
 
* Color
 
* Color
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* Cinematography by David McDonald
 
* Cinematography by David McDonald
 
* Film Editing by Robert C. Dearberg
 
* Film Editing by Robert C. Dearberg
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===Plot Summary===
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*Two British companions who met on a train heading to the rural countryside stay with a bizarre host of characters in a secluded, curious mansion. Unknown to them, there is a sinister secret behind closed doors.
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===Also Known As===
 
* Computer Killers (USA)
 
* Computer Killers (USA)
 
* Diario proibito di un collegio femminile (Italy)
 
* Diario proibito di un collegio femminile (Italy)
 
* Doctor Bloodbath (undefined) (video title)
 
* Doctor Bloodbath (undefined) (video title)
* Frankensteins Horror-Klinik (Germany)
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* Frankenstein's Horror-Klinik (Germany)
 
* Horror Hospital (France) (cable TV title)
 
* Horror Hospital (France) (cable TV title)
 
* La griffe de Frankenstein (France)
 
* La griffe de Frankenstein (France)
 
* Skräcksjukhuset (Sweden)
 
* Skräcksjukhuset (Sweden)
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* The Operation is a Success ... When the Patient Dies  
 
* The Operation is a Success ... When the Patient Dies  
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Latest revision as of 03:31, 28 March 2021

Horror Hospital (1973, UK) is a Horror film directed by Antony Balch.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1973
  • Color
  • Running Time: 85 min | 100 min (uncut)
  • Production Co: Noteworthy Films
  • Distribution Co: Antony Balch Films (1973) (UK) (theatrical) | Dieter-Wahl-Film (1973) (worldwide) (all media) | Saguenay Films (1974) (Canada) (theatrical) | Hallmark Releasing Corp. (1975) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Antony Balch
  • Written by Antony Balch, Alan Watson
  • Starring Michael Gough, Robin Askwith, Vanessa Shaw, Ellen Pollock, Dennis Price, Skip Martin, Kurt Christian, Barbara Wendy
  • Produced by Ray Corbett, Richard Gordon
  • Original Music by DeWolfe
  • Cinematography by David McDonald
  • Film Editing by Robert C. Dearberg

Plot Summary

  • Two British companions who met on a train heading to the rural countryside stay with a bizarre host of characters in a secluded, curious mansion. Unknown to them, there is a sinister secret behind closed doors.

Also Known As

  • Computer Killers (USA)
  • Diario proibito di un collegio femminile (Italy)
  • Doctor Bloodbath (undefined) (video title)
  • Frankenstein's Horror-Klinik (Germany)
  • Horror Hospital (France) (cable TV title)
  • La griffe de Frankenstein (France)
  • Skräcksjukhuset (Sweden)

Tagline

  • The Operation is a Success ... When the Patient Dies
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