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The Satan Bug(1965)

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  • The Satan Bug -60's Prime Movie To Watch

    • bob shaw
    • 7/3/11

    This movie is great to watch, for the following reasons1. the sound track to the movie is excellent2. Anne Francis in her prime right before she started "Honey West"3. Richard Basehart in his prime right before he started Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea4. George Maharis in his prime right after he left Route 665. Gomer Pyles Sgt. right before he started acting in Gomer Pyle6. Great location filming in Palm Springs, lots of outddoor visuals..7. lots of other actors in this film before they broke big, Ed Asner as a psycho pathic killer, the guy who played Dr. Baxter ,right before he became Barbara Parkins father in Peyton Place, 8. to put it in a nutshell this movie oozes 60s' cool, mixing in the James Bond type era filming with some touches of unintentional campiness...and even if the plot has some holes in it, the movie is a visual gem

  • The Satan Bug (1965)

    • Jay
    • 4/9/09

    Suspenseful with a good score, fine production and a very interesting story. It is a little too long but I never lost interest. Good cast, effective cinematography. A good movie.

  • dvd is overdue, blu-ray please

    • Jeff
    • 8/7/08

    I would buy a blu-ray player, just to see this movie in hi-def. The Mojave desert cinematography is simply beautiful.

  • The Satan Bug

    • Donald Szymanski
    • 9/23/07

    I would very much like to see The SatanBug come out on DVD Letterbox.Am watchingthis movie on TCM Sun.Sept.23, at 2:30pmas its being shown in Letterbox.

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