Land of the Minotaur
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|Land of the Minotaur|
|Directed by||Kostas Karagiannis|
|Produced by||Frixos Constantine|
|Written by||Arthur Rowe|
|Music by||Brian Eno|
|Distributed by||Crown International Pictures (USA)|
Tourists visiting a Greek archeological site are being abducted by a strange cult, intent on providing their God - the Minotaur - with sacrifice. Irish priest Father Roche Donald Pleasence enlists the help of former pupil and a private detective to find out what has happened to them.
- Donald Pleasence as Father Roche
- Peter Cushing as Baron Corofax
- Luan Peters as Laurie Gordon
- Kostas Karagiorgis (credited as Costas Skouras) as Milo Kaye
- Fernando Bislamis (credited as Dimitris Bislanis) as Sgt Vendris
- George Venlis as Max
- Vanna Reville as Beth
- Nikos Verlekis as Ian
- Robert Behling (credited as Bob Behling) as Tom Gifford
- Anna Matzourani as Mrs. Mikaelis
- Anestis Vlakos as Shopkeeper - Karapades
- Jane Lyle as Milo's Girlfriend
- Jessica Dublin (credited as Jessica) as Mrs. Zagros
- Cushing and Pleasence previously appeared together in the 1954 BBC Television teleplay adaptation of Nineteen Eighty Four.
- Robert Behling, Jane Lyle and Jessica Dublin also appeared in Nico Mastorakis's infamous 1975 horror film Island of Death, which was also filmed in Greece.
The film's production and filming was officially completed in November 1975 but was copyrighted the following year in 1976.
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