|Night of the Bloody Apes|
|Title:||Night of the Bloody Apes|
|Directed by:||René Cardona|
|Written by:||René Cardona; René Cardona, Jr.|
|Produced by:||Guillermo Calderon Stell; Alfredo Salazar|
|Music by:||Antonio Diaz Conde|
|Cinematography:||Raúl Martínez Solares|
|Edited by:||Jorge Bustos|
|Distributed by:||Cinematográfica Calderón|
|Released:||February 6th, 1969 (Mexico)|
|Running time:||83 min.|
Night of the Bloody Apes is an independent Mexican horror film of the science fiction subgenre. It was written and directed by René Cardona and co-written by René Cardona, Jr. and produced by Guillermo Calderon Stell and Alfredo Salazar]] for Cinematográfica Calderón. The film premiered in Mexico on February 6th, 1969. It was released in the United States under the title Night of the Bloody Apes in 1972.
|José Elías Moreno||Doctor Krallman|
|Carlos López Moctezuma||Goyo|
|Armando Silvestre||Lieutenant Arturo Martinez|
|Norma Lazareno||Lucy Ossorio|
|Agustin Mtz. Solares||Julio Krallman|
|Noelia Noel||Elena Gomez|
|Gina Morett||Woman in shower|
|Juan Fava||El Fisico Nuclear|
|Nathanael León||Zoo security chief|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Night of the Bloody Apes redirects to this page.
- Alternatively known as La Horripilante bestia humana, aka, The Horrible Man-Beast.
- Is considered a "Video Nasty".
- The tagline for this film is, "They rip, they claw, they tear you to pieces!"
- Production on Night of the Bloody Apes began on May 6th, 1968. Principal photography concluded on May 23rd, 1968. It was filmed on location in Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, Mexico.
- Night of the Bloody Apes is actually just a quasi-remake of René Cardona's first horror film feature, Doctor of Doom.
- Other actors featured in this film include Javier Rizo, Anna Levine and Roger Park. The roles they play in Night of the Bloody Apes is unknown.
- Pre-certification promotional material for the film included the disclaimer, "Warning: this film contains scenes of extreme and explicit violence".
- Night of the Bloody Apes features footage of an actual human heart transplant operation in two separate scenes.