Incubus (1965) - Final Degradation
Ominous narration in Esperanto, the opening of the only film made in that attempted universal language, Incubus, 1965, starring William Shatner and Allyson Ames, directed by Leslie Stevens.
Incubus (1965) - God Of Darkness
Acting in Esperanto, Kia (Allyson Ames), a succubus who's just offed a vile male, consults with her more experienced sister Amael (Eloise Hardt), in the low-rent mythical fantasy Incubus, 1965.
Incubus (1965) - We Can Become One
Virtuous injured soldier Marc (William Shatner) speaking Esperanto with Kia (Allyson Ames) on a romantic stroll, unaware she's a spirit plotting to kill an honest man, in director Leslie Stevens' Incubus, 1965.
Incubus (1965) - We Need The Eggs
Speaking Esperanto and anticipating Woody Allen as they observe an eclipse, evil succubus Kia (Allyson Ames) meets injured soldier Marc (William Shatner) and sister Amdis (Ann Atman) in Incubus, 1965.
Incubus (1965) - Same Blood, Same Heart
The murderous succubus Kia (Allyson Ames) is stalking the injured soldier Marc (William Shatner) and his sister Amdis (Ann Atmar), speaking Esperanto as they visit the magical well, in Incubus, 1965, from writer-director Leslie Stevens.