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Vengeance of Dr. Mabuse

"La Venganza del Doctor Mabuse" actually is one of Franco's better films of that period with delightfully twisted characters, stunning locations, truly beautiful camera-work and a terrific musical score. The story is of minor importance but it handles about the mean Dr. Mabuse and his accomplices stealing all kind of attributes from a National Research Institute (including female staff members) in order to complete his own, evil mind-control ray.

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"La Venganza del Doctor Mabuse" actually is one of Franco's better films of that period with delightfully twisted characters, stunning locations, truly beautiful camera-work and a terrific musical score. The story is of minor importance but it handles about the mean Dr. Mabuse and his accomplices stealing all kind of attributes from a National Research Institute (including female staff members) in order to complete his own, evil mind-control ray. Dr. Mabuse has this impressive and horribly scarred man-monster that kills for him while the entire police force desperately tries to catch him. This film is great and trashy entertainment, starring some incredibly beautiful cult-sirens like Ava Garden, Ewa Strömberg and Beni Cardoso...all wearing mini-skirts! The action sequences are a little grotesque, but Franco's directing is very stylish and surefooted.
Rare German language TV print with optional English subtitles. There's a little ghosting on the print but otherwise very watchable.

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AKA:Dr. M schlägt zu
Director:Jesus Franco
Year:1972
Language:German, English subs
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:7.5
Starring:Fred Williams Jack Taylor Ewa Strömberg Roberto Camardiel Siegfried Lowitz Moisés Augusto Rocha

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