Hands of the Ripper
Hands of the Ripper (1971)
Title: Hands of the Ripper
Directed by: Peter Sasdy
Written by: L.W. Davidson; Edward Spencer Shew
Produced by: Aida Young
Music by: Christopher Gunning
Cinematography: Kenneth Talbot
Edited by: Chris Barnes
Distributed by: Hammer Film Productions
Universal Pictures
Released: October 17th, 1971 (UK)
July 13th, 1972 (US)
Rating: X (UK)
R (US)
Running time: 85 min.
Country: UK
Language: English

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The tagline for this film is "The hands of Jack the Ripper live again... as his fiendish daughter kills again... and again... and again...".
  • Was released theatrically as a double-bill with Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde. Both films relate to the subject of Jack the Ripper.
  • Ann Way is uncredited in this film.
  • The character of "Long Liz", played by Lynda Baron in this film, was the nickname of 19th century prostitute Elizabeth Stride - one of the five canonical Ripper victims.
  • For the climactic scenes in St Paul's Cathedral - permission was requested and turned down to film on location. A replica was built instead.

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Hammer Horror
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