#ONSETSATURDAY Peter Cushing with Calvin Lockhart shooting THE BEAST MUST DIE (1974) for Amicus films. This film was the last horror film produced by Amicus which had the involvement of co-founder Milton Subotsky. Despite director Paul Annett's objections, producer Milton Subotsky (who hated the film) insisted on the werewolf break gimmick where the viewer is invited to guess who the werewolf is. Due to the film's small budget, the werewolf was played by a German Shepherd. . . . see on the thread below...!
It's a DOG! It's An GERMAN SHEPHERD! It's...a werewolf?????
#ONSETSATURDAY: Bernard Cribbins and Jill Curzon during the making of the SECOND Cushing Dr Who Dalek movie, Daleks Invasion Earth 2150AD. Produced for a estimated budget of £286,000, the 'end of the world locations' for this film were, the Thames River side jetty at Battersea church Road London, and the derelict Bendy Toy factory, Ashford, Kent, England, UK ! TRIVIA: When Tom (Cribbins) and the Doctor (Cushing) are searching the warehouse in the film, for a crowbar, Tom is ACTUALLY carrying one in his hand!
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