Incubus (1966 movie)

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Incubus
Directed by Leslie Stevens
Produced by Anthony M. Taylor
Written by Leslie Stevens
Narrated by Paolo Cossa
Starring William Shatner
Milos Milos
Allyson Ames
Music by Dominic Frontiere
Cinematography Conrad Hall
William A. Fraker (uncredited)
Editing by Richard K. Brockway
Distributed by Contempo III Productions
Release date(s) October 26, 1966
(SF Film Festival)
Running time 78 minutes
Country United States
Language Esperanto
Budget $125,000 (est)[1]

Incubus is an American horror movie. It is black and white. It was released in 1966 and a restored copy of the movie was released in 2001. Leslie Stevens directed the movie and William Shatner starred in it. The actors in the movie did not speak in English. They spoke in Esperanto. The movie was called Inkubo in Esperanto. Incubus was lost for many years, but an old copy was found in France. The movie was filmed in 18 days in California during 1965. Incubus did not become popular and was only distributed in France. Some people believe the movie is cursed because of all of the bad things that happened to the actors. Several of them died by murder or suicide after making the movie.

Actors[change | edit source]

  • William Shatner as Marc[2]
  • Allyson Ames as Kia
  • Eloise Hardt as Amael
  • Robert Fortier as Olin
  • Ann Atmar as Arndis
  • Milos Milos as Incubus
  • Jay Ashworth as Monk
  • Forrest T. Butler as Monk
  • Paolo Cossa as Narrator (voice)
  • Ted Mossman as Monk

Uncredited

References[change | edit source]

  1. Miller, John M. "Incubus" (TCM article)
  2. [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059311/fullcredits#cast "Full cast and crew for Incubus (1966)"]. Internet Movie Database. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059311/fullcredits#cast. Retrieved 2011-09-29.

Further reading[change | edit source]

  • Tom Weaver, Video Watchdog #53 (1999) "Raising the Incubus"

Other websites[change | edit source]