The Bloody Judge (film)
The Bloody Judge is a 1970 horror film directed by Jesús Franco and written by Enrico Colombo, Jesús Franco, Michael Haller and Anthony Scott Veitch. The film stars Christopher Lee, Maria Schell, Leo Genn, Hans Hass Jr., Maria Rohm and Margaret Lee. The film was released in Italy on February 5, 1970.
|The Bloody Judge|
|Directed by||Jesús Franco|
|Produced by||Harry Alan Towers|
|Music by||Bruno Nicolai|
According to Harry Alan Towers biographer Dave Mann, the collaborations between director Jesús Franco and Towers were ..fraught with difficulties.. Franco explained that Towers liked doing co-productions with others and that the film was going to be an Anglo-American-German-Spanish-French-Italian co-production. This led to many changes to suit producers in each countries needs, with Franco recalling that the film was at first a horror film with a historical backdrop, then more of a historical film with a background of inquisition, then primarily about the inquisition, then an erotic film.
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