Witchcraft 70

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Witchcraft 70 (1970, Italy) is a Mondo film directed by Luigi Scattini.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1970
  • Color
  • Production Co: Caravel/P.A.C.
  • Distribution Co: Astral Films (Canada) (as "Witchcraft '70") (dubbed)/ Trans American Films (USA) (dubbed)
  • Directed by Luigi Scattini & Lee Frost (additional sequences) (uncredited)
  • Written by Luigi Scattini
  • Starring Alberto Bevilacqua, Anton LaVey, Edmund Purdom, Diane LaVey
  • Original Music by Piero Umiliani
  • Cinematography by Claudio Racca
  • Film Editing by Luigi Scattini

Plot Summary

  • A mondo style report of satanic rites from around the world. Includes devil worshipping, voodoo cults, Church of Satan, black magic, naked exorcism and pagan rituals.

Also Known As

  • Angeli bianchi... angeli neri

Taglines

  • A Weird World of Bizarre Practices
  • The Shocking Truth About WITCHCRAFT as it Exists Today in Our Cities and Suburbs!
  • EXPOSED thru the eye of the HIDDEN CAMERA!
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