The Devil's Hand

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This article is about the 1962 film. For the 2014 film, see The Devil's Hand (2014 film).
The Devil's Hand
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Directed by William J. Hole Jr.
Produced by Alvin K. Bubis (producer)
Dave Carney (associate producer)
Harris Gilbert (associate producer)
Pierre Groleau (associate producer)
Jack Miles (executive producer)
Nick Newberry (associate producer)
Rex Carlton (producer)[citation needed] (uncredited)
Written by Jo Heims (screenplay)
Starring See below
Music by Allyn Ferguson
Michael Terr
Cinematography Meredith M. Nicholson
Edited by Howard Epstein
Distributed by Crown International Pictures
Running time
71 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Devil's Hand is a 1962 American film directed by William J. Hole Jr..


Rick Turner is engaged to Donna Trent and is having nightmares of a beautiful blonde woman who appears to be dancing in the sky. One night, he is mysteriously driven to enter a doll shop, and in the next morning he returns to the place with Donna. He finds a doll that resembles his fiancé, but the owner Francis Lamont delivers another doll to him, with the face of the woman of his dreams, Bianca Milan. Rick looks for Bianca and is seduced and convinced by her to join a sect that worships the diabolic "Devil-god of Evil" Gamba, while the health of Donna is threatened by Francis and Bianca. Francis Lamont, the "High Executioner" of the sect, threatens various members of the cult via his voodoo powers, which are also used upon a journalist who infiltrates the sect. Ultimately Rick Turner escapes the influence of the beautiful witch Bianca Milan and helps Donna to escape the burning temple of Gamba.




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