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Spider Baby (Decemer 24, 1967)

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Lon Chaney Jr. in Spider Baby
 

Released on Decemver 24, 1967: (running time 1 hour and 21 minutes) Two teenage sisters and their brother are slowly going insane, and the family chauffeur tries to keep them from killing and eating some visitors.

Produced by Gil Lasky and Paul Monka

Directed by Jack Hill, who learned his movie skills while working for Roger Corman

The Actors: Lon Chaney Jr. (Bruno, family chauffeur), Carol Ohmart (Aunt Emily Howe), Quinn K. Redeker (Uncle Peter Howe), Beverly Washburn (Elizabeth Merrye), Jill Banner (Virginia Merrye), Sid Haig (Ralph Merrye), Mary Mitchel (Ann Morris, Schlocker's secretary), Karl Schanzer (Schlocker, the lawyer), Mantan Moreland (the messenger), Carolyn Cooper (Aunt Clara), Joan Keller Stern (Aunt Martha)

 
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This Cannibal Orgy is Strange to Behold in the Maddest Story Ever Told

So, as understand it, Jack Hill was a cameraman-director for a couple of Roger Corman productions in the early 1960’s, and Jack had a passion to write and direct his own movies. He had a buddy who was a private eye in the Los Angeles area, and his buddy knew a couple of well-heeled real estate investors with some money to burn.

The investors gave Jack Hill $65,000 to write and direct a horror film, and in the summer of 1963 or 1964, depending on who you ask, this story was filmed in 12 days at the now-famous Smith estate in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.

After completion, it seems that money or expertise, or both, were not available to distribute the movie, so it was not seen by an audience until December 24, 1967. It was not a hit movie, but slowly, over many years, has grown a continuingly larger fan-base of cult movie lovers.

Blending horror, murder, cannibalism (Mantan Moreland becomes dinner after being killed by one of the teenage daughters), and insanity, one might think that the movie is too gruesome for the weak of heart. But, in my humble opinion, the story unfolds in such a bizarre and ridiculous manner that most viewers will not be frightened, but only befuddled and bemused. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Beverly Washburn, Karl Schanzer and Jil Banner
Beverly Washburn, Karl Schanzer and Jil Banner
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Beverly Washburn
Beverly Washburn
Beverly Washburn, Jil Banner and Lon Chaney Jr.
Beverly Washburn, Jil Banner and Lon Chaney Jr.
Beverly Washburn and Jil Banner
Beverly Washburn and Jil Banner
Beverly Washburn
Beverly Washburn
Beverly Washburn
Beverly Washburn
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Carol Ohmart
Jil Banner
Jil Banner
Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Jil Banner
Jil Banner
Jill Banner
Jill Banner
Karl Schanzer
Karl Schanzer
Karl Schanzer and Lon Chaney Jr.
Karl Schanzer and Lon Chaney Jr.
Karl Schanzer and Lon Chaney Jr.
Karl Schanzer and Lon Chaney Jr.
Karl Schanzer
Karl Schanzer
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr. and Beverly Washburn
Lon Chaney Jr. and Beverly Washburn
Lon Chaney Jr. and Jil Banner
Lon Chaney Jr. and Jil Banner
Lon Chaney Jr. and Sid Haig
Lon Chaney Jr. and Sid Haig
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Mantan Moreland
Mantan Moreland
Mary Mitchel and Quinn K. Redeker
Mary Mitchel and Quinn K. Redeker
Quinn K. Redeker and Jil Banner
Quinn K. Redeker and Jil Banner
Quinn K. Redeker
Quinn K. Redeker
Sid Haig
Sid Haig
Sid Haig, Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Sid Haig, Jil Banner and Beverly Washburn
Sid Haig and Mary Mitchel
Sid Haig and Mary Mitchel
Sid Haig
Sid Haig