The Snake People

  • 1968
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Horror

One of Karloff's final four films, partly shot in Mexico. Karloff's scenes were filmed in Los Angeles, back-to-back with his scenes from the other three films, all made by the same company during a five-week stretch. Karloff plays a wealthy landowner who is shocked by the disappearance of his niece, Julissa. She and several other natives of Coaibai Island...read more

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One of Karloff's final four films, partly shot in Mexico. Karloff's scenes were filmed in Los Angeles, back-to-back with his scenes from the other three films, all made by the same company during a five-week stretch. Karloff plays a wealthy landowner who is shocked by the disappearance of

his niece, Julissa. She and several other natives of Coaibai Island have become victims of a strange voodoo ritual involving snake poison and sacrifices. Police captain Bertrand investigates and learns that Karloff is the tribal leader, then destroys him and the ritual site with a charge of

dynamite. A bad film, even for Karloff fans.

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  • Review: One of Karloff's final four films, partly shot in Mexico. Karloff's scenes were filmed in Los Angeles, back-to-back with his scenes from the other three films, all made by the same company during a five-week stretch. Karloff plays a wealthy landowner who i… (more)

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