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Because of an accident in the laboratory of a British chemical company simply named Chemical which joins the government's so-called Prurima Plan, one of the leading researchers, professor Adams, becomes a fresh-eating monster, and attacks a local teenager couple of Betty and her boy friend, Lucas. And then, the government decides to order the RAF to use the mass-destructive weapon...

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Because of an accident in the laboratory of a British chemical company simply named Chemical which joins the government's so-called Prurima Plan, one of the leading researchers, professor Adams, becomes a fresh-eating monster, and attacks a local teenager couple of Betty and her boy friend, Lucas. And then, the government decides to order the RAF to use the mass-destructive weapon...

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AKA:Bakterion
Director:Tonino Ricci
Year:1976
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:8.9
Starring:David Warbeck Janet Agren Roberto Ricci José Lifante Miguel Herrera Eugenio Benito Ovidio Taito José María Labernié Ilaria Maria Bianchi

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