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Horror Express (1972)

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Mysterious and unearthly deaths start to occur while Professor Saxton is transporting the frozen remains of a primitive humanoid creature he found in Manchuria back to Europe.

Director: Eugenio Martín
Writers: Arnaud d'Usseau, Julian Zimet.

Release Date: 1972-09-30
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $300,000
Production Companies : Benmar Productions, Granada Films
Production Countries: Spain, United Kingdom
Release Date: 1972-09-30
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $300,000

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Christopher Lee
as Prof. Sir Alexander Saxton
Peter Cushing
as Dr. Wells
Telly Savalas
as Captain Kazan
Alberto de Mendoza
as Father Pujardov
Silvia Tortosa
as Countess Irina Petrovska
Julio Peña
as Inspector Mirov
Ángel del Pozo
as Yevtushenko
Helga Liné
as Natasha
Alice Reinheart
as Miss Jones
José Jaspe
as Conductor Koniev
George Rigaud
as Count Maryan Petrovski
Víctor Israel
as Luggage Worker
Faith Clift
as American Passenger
Juan Olaguivel
as Creature
Allen Russell
as Captain O'Hagan
José Marco
as Vorkin
José Canalejas
as Russian Guard
Vicente Roca
as Station Master
Hiroshi Kitatawa
as Krasinsky


Directing Eugenio Martín Director
Writing Arnaud d'Usseau Screenplay
Writing Julian Zimet Screenplay
Production Bernard Gordon Producer
Production Gregorio Sacristán Associate Producer
Camera Alejandro Ulloa Director of Photography
Sound John Cacavas Original Music Composer
Editing Robert C. Dearberg Editor
Art Ramiro Gómez Production Design
Art Ramiro Gómez Set Decoration
Production José María Ramos Production Supervisor

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