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Status: Released

Runtime: 96

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: en

Webpage: -

Release Info

  • 1967-01-01

  • 1967-11-01

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Alternative Titles

  • Berserk!
Content Score: 86


3.8/10 (2 votes)


Monica Rivers, is the owner and ringmaster of a traveling circus and who'll stop at nothing to draw bigger audiences. When a series of mysterious murders begins to occur and some of her performers die gruesomely, her profits soar. She hires high-wire walker Frank Hawkins, impressed by the handsome and muscular young man. They begin an affair which arouses her previous lover Durando's jealousy. When Durando is found dead shortly afterward, the other performers begin to take alarm, as a mysterious killer is obviously loose in their midst. Many suspect Monica herself of the killings, especially Matilda, who has set her sights on Monica's new lover. At this point, Monica's unruly, sixteen-year-old daughter Angela, is expelled from school for being incorrigible and Monica is forced to take her into the circus, allowing her to become the partner of knife-thrower Gustavo. Meanwhile, the dead bodies continue to pile up...


The Screen Screams out at a Hundred Horrors!


Director: Jim O'Connolly
Writers: ,

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Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford
as Monica Rivers

Ty Hardin

Ty Hardin
as Frank Hawkins

Diana Dors

Diana Dors
as Matilda

Michael Gough

Michael Gough
as Albert Dorando

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