Manos, the Hands of Fate (1966)

74 mins | Horror | 1966

Directors:

Hal Warren, A Film by

Writers:

Hal Warren, A Film by

Producers:

Hal Warren, A Film by

Production Company:

Sun City Films
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HISTORY

Filmed in El Paso, Texas. ...

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Filmed in El Paso, Texas.

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Release Date:
1966
Premiere Information:
El Paso, Texas, opening: 15 Nov 1966
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Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
Eastman Color
Duration(in mins):
74
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Traveling in the desert, a family accidentally stumbles on the tomb headquarters of a cult of "night people." The family is terrorized, and a beautiful woman's face is disfigured by a burning hand as a sacrificial offering to the idol, ...

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Traveling in the desert, a family accidentally stumbles on the tomb headquarters of a cult of "night people." The family is terrorized, and a beautiful woman's face is disfigured by a burning hand as a sacrificial offering to the idol, Manos.

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