Satan's Harvest

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Satan's Harvest
George Montgomery's Satan's Harvest Trailer - Tippi Hedren.png
Tippi Hedren in film
Directed by George Montgomery
Produced by Hyman Kirstein
Starring George Montgomery
Tippi Hedren
Matt Monro
Davy Kaye
Music by Roy Martin
Distributed by Killarney Films
Country South Africa

Satan's Harvest is a 1970 South African film directed by George Montgomery who also starred along with Tippi Hedren and singer Matt Monro.[1]


After inheriting a farm in South Africa, Cutter Murdock, an American private detective, travels to South Africa to claim his inheritance and almost immediately finds himself in serious danger. Following an attempted assassination while leaving the plane at Jan Smuts Airport (the person behind him is shot dead) and a further attempt on his life when his chauffeur and car are blown to hell, he is also targeted by the gun-toting Marla Oaks, who shoots at him as soon as he gets out of his plane.

There are people who want Murdock’s farm -- interloper family members who were excluded from Murdock’s uncle’s will -- as the farm is a heroin and marijuana goldmine and nothing will stand in their way, not even the resourceful American detective.




  1. ^ George montgomery. (2000, Dec 15). The Times Retrieved from

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