A Vacation in Hell

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A Vacation in Hell
Priscilla Barnes in A Vacation In Hell
Genre Action
Written by Shelley Katz
D.B. Ledrov
Directed by David Greene
Starring Priscilla Barnes
Maureen McCormick
Barbara Feldon
Andrea Marcovicci
Michael Brandon
Music by Gil Mellé
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) David Greene
Producer(s) Bill Finnegan
Pat Finnegan
Location(s) Hawaii
Cinematography Harry J. May
Editor(s) Ken Zemke
Parkie L. Singh
Running time 120 minutes
Production company(s) Finnegan Associates
Distributor CBS
Original network CBS
Original release May 21, 1979 (1979-05-21)

A Vacation in Hell is a 1979 American made-for-television action-adventure-thriller film starring Priscilla Barnes, Barbara Feldon, Maureen McCormick, Andrea Marcovicci and Michael Brandon as part of a group of lost vacationers being stalked through the Hawaiian jungle.[1] It was helmed by Roots director David Greene and has acquired a cult following, due in large part to subsequent re-airings in syndication.[2]


Led by Denise (Priscilla Barnes), the dumb blonde who isn't as dumb as you think, a group of vacationers, all of them female except one, become lost in an island jungle and stalked by a deranged tribe of murderous natives. A feminist (Andrea Marcovicci), a mother (Barbara Feldon), her daughter (Maureen McCormick) and a swinging smooth operator (Michael Brandon) round out the other endangered tourists.



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