Trog

Overview

Anthropologist Dr. Brockton Joan Crawford believes she has discovered the missing link in this flat science fiction drama. The creature is found in a cave and brought to her laboratory to undergo tests for her research. The hairy beast with the face of a monkey loves classical music and hates rock & roll. When one of the slack-jawed yokels opens his cage, he escapes and goes on a killing rampage as he tries to return to his cave. In a gentle moment with a little girl, the beast shows a tender side that ...
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Anthropologist Dr. Brockton Joan Crawford believes she has discovered the missing link in this flat science fiction drama. The creature is found in a cave and brought to her laboratory to undergo tests for her research. The hairy beast with the face of a monkey loves classical music and hates rock & roll. When one of the slack-jawed yokels opens his cage, he escapes and goes on a killing rampage as he tries to return to his cave. In a gentle moment with a little girl, the beast shows a tender side that recalls a scene from Frankenstein. Soon troops are called in, despite Brockton's protest to entomb the creature by dynamiting the entrance to the cave. This was the last film for Joan Crawford, an inglorious way to end a legendary film career.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/22/1995
  • UPC: 085391151630
  • Original Release: 1970
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joan Crawford Dr. Brockton
Michael Gough Sam Murdock
Bernard Kay Inspector Greenham
Kim Braden Ann Brockton
David Griffin Malcolm
Joe Cornelius Trog
John Hamill Cliff
Thorley Walters The Magistrate
Jack May Dr. Selbourne
Geoffrey Case Bill
Robert Hutton Dr. Richard Warren
Simon Lack Col. Vickers
David Warbeck Alan Davis
Maurice Good First Reporter
John Baker Anaesthetist
Golda Casimir Butcher
Robert Crewdson Dr. Pierre Duval
Chloe Franks Little Girl
Brian Grellis John Dennis
Paul Hansard Dr. Kurtlimer
Bartlett Mullins Butcher
Cleo Sylvestre Nurse
Technical Credits
Freddie Francis Director
Maurice Askew Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Bryan Original Story
Herman Cohen Producer
Tony Dawe Sound/Sound Designer
Desmond Dickinson Cinematographer
Jimmy Evans Makeup
John Gilling Original Story
Oswald Hafenrichter Editor
Ray Harryhausen Special Effects
Douglas Hermes Asst. Director
Aben Kandel Screenwriter
Willis O'Brien Special Effects
John Scott Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Helen Thomas Set Decoration/Design
Geoffrey Tozer Art Director
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