Satan's Princess

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Satan's Princess
Directed by Bert I. Gordon
Produced by Bert I. Gordon[1]
Screenplay by Stephen Katz[1]
Starring Robert Forster
Music by Norman Mamey[1]
Cinematography Thomas F. Denove[1]
Edited by Barbara Boguski
Release date
Running time
90 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English

Satan's Princess is a 1990 film directed by Bert I. Gordon and starring Robert Forster and Lydie Denier.[2]


The title character is the head of a modeling agency for women, and who has hired a runaway girl to help her. A police officer goes undercover to find the runaway, but the evil 'princess' gets on to him and the investigation.



Satan's Princess went through many titles during production including Heat From Another Sun, Princess of Darkness, and Malediction.[1]


Satan's Princess was released directly to video in the United States.[1]


In a contemporary review, Variety noted that "mundane performances lift this mundane direct-to-video release", noting that Robert Forster, Lydie Denier, and Caren Kaye all "deserve more challenging assignments than this potboiler."[1]



  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Prouty 1994: "No page number in the book. Review is dated "January 14, 1991""
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  • Prouty, Howard H., ed. (1994). Variety Television Reviews 1923-1992. Garland Publishing Inc. ISBN 0-8240-3796-0. 

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