Satan's Baby Doll

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Satan's Baby Doll
Satan's Baby Doll.jpg
Shameless Screen Entertainment dvd cover
Directed by Mario Bianchi
Produced by Gabriele Crisanti
Written by Gabriele Crisanti
Piero Regnoli
Starring Jacqueline Dupré
Mariangela Giordano
Aldo Sambrell
Giancarlo Del Duca
Alfonso Gaita
Marina Hedman
Music by Nico Catanese
Cinematography Angelo Lannutti
Franco Villa
Edited by Cesare Bianchini
Release date
1982
Running time
75 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Satan's Baby Doll (Italian: La bimba di Satana) is a 1982 Italian horror film directed by Mario Bianchi.[1][2][3] A hardcore XXX version of this film features scenes of fellatio and intercourse.[4]

Plot[edit]

The daughter (Jacqueline Dupré — not the eminent cellist, Jacqueline du Pré (1945–1987)) and wheelchair-bound brother of a dead aristocrat are placed in the care of an evil nun in a remote Italian castle. The daughter embarks on a rampage of lust and murder after becoming possessed by the spirit of her dead mother.[5] Satan does not appear on screen.

Cast[edit]

  • Jacqueline Dupré as Miria Aguilar (as Jaqueline Dupré)
  • Mariangela Giordano as Sol (as Mariangela Giordan)
  • Aldo Sambrell as Antonio Aguilar (as Aldo Sanbrell)
  • Joe Davers as Isidro
  • Giancarlo Del Duca as Dr. Juan Suarez
  • Alfonso Gaita as Ignazio Aguilar
  • Marina Hedman as Maria Aguilar (credited as Marina Hedmann)

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