|Directed by||Bernard L. Kowalski|
|Produced by||Andrew J. Fenady|
|Written by||Andrew J. Fenady|
|Music by||George Duning|
|Cinematography||Keith C. Smith|
|Editing by||Dann Cahn|
|Studio||Andrew J. Fenady Productions
Screen Gems Television
Columbia Broadcasting System (1971)
Sony Pictures Television (2002-)
|Release date(s)||November 5, 1971|
|Running time||74 minutes|
When Reverend John Keyes (Roy Thinnes) and his wife Lorna (Lynn Loring) arrive in a western town, they find that there is mysterious force causing bad luck to plague the settlers. Once the Reverend is able to get the recalcitrant residents to speak about the ongoing troubles, he finds his spiritual leadership is being challenged by a cult of devil worshippers who practice voodoo, and have to get to the heart of a strange relationship between a mute young girl and a gunslinger who seem possessed by Satanic spirits.
It was noted in The Monster Book, that in Black Noon, Roy Thinnes' character battled devil worshippers, but that in a later film, Satan's School for Girls, he led his own cult.
Partial cast 
- Roy Thinnes as Reverend John Keyes
- Yvette Mimieux as Deliverance
- Ray Milland as Caleb Hobbs
- Gloria Grahame as Bethia
- Lynn Loring as Lorna Keyes
- Henry Silva as Moon
- Hank Worden as Joseph
- Stan Barrett as Man in Mirror
- Joshua Bryant as Towhead
- Leif Garrett as Towhead
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