The Grapes of Death  

When the wine flows, the terror begins…

The Grapes of Death (1978)

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A young woman discovers that the pesticide being sprayed on vineyards is turning people into murderous lunatics.

Director: Jean Rollin
Writers: Jean Rollin, Christian Meunier.

Release Date: 1978-07-05
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Production Companies : Films A.B.C., Off Production, Rush Production
Production Country: France
Release Date: 1978-07-05
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31

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Marie-Georges Pascal
as Elisabeth
Félix Marten
as Paul
Serge Marquand
as Lucien
Brigitte Lahaie
as La grande femme blonde
Françoise Pascal
Evelyne Thomas
as Brigitte
Jean-Pierre Bouyxou
Mirella Rancelot
as Lucie
Patricia Cartier
as Antoinette
Michel Herval
as Michel


Directing Jean Rollin Director
Writing Jean Rollin Screenplay
Writing Christian Meunier Screenplay
Production Claude Guedj Producer
Production Christian Ruh Executive Producer
Writing Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Story
Writing Jean Rollin Story
Sound Philippe Sissman Original Music Composer
Camera Claude Bécognée Director of Photography
Editing Dominique Saint-Cyr Editor
Editing Christian Stoianovich Editor

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