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William Douglas Lansford (screenplay)
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30 April 1969 (USA) See more »
Poor daddy. Bibi was just shedding her inhibitions. So he threw the gang out. He never should have done it. Never, never, never, never, never, never, never, never. See more »
A former actress clashes with her wealthy and spoiled stepdaughter over their inheritance after the death of their protector. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Lana Turner ... Adriana Roman

George Chakiris ... Johnny Allen

Richard Egan ... Frederick Lansdale

Dan O'Herlihy ... Charles Winthrop (as Daniel O'Herlihy)

Karin Mossberg ... Lisa Winthrop

Pamela Rodgers ... Bibi
Carlos East ... Lalo
Augusto Benedico ... Dr. Lorenz
Víctor Junco ... Delacroix (as Victor Junco)
Norma Herrera ... Stella
Pedro Galván ... University Dean (as Pedro Galvan)
The Finks ... The Finks

Regina Torné ... Queen Bee (as Regina Torne)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ricardo Adalid ... Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
Javier Batiz ... (uncredited)
Carolina Cortázar ... (uncredited)
Felipe de Flores ... Reporter (uncredited)

Rogelio Guerra ... Queen Bee's Bodyguard (uncredited)
José Roberto Hill ... Gary (uncredited)
John Kelly ... Capt. Kelly (uncredited)
Roberto Meyer ... Actor in Rehearsal (uncredited)
Alma Muriel ... (uncredited)
Rubén Márquez ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Penelope ... (uncredited)
Carlos Riquelme ... (uncredited)
Joaquín Roche ... Julius - The Butler (uncredited)
Sergio Virel ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Tito Davison 
Writing credits
William Douglas Lansford (screenplay)

Tito Davison (story) and
Edmundo Báez (story) (as Edmundo Baez)

Produced by
Francisco Diez Barroso .... producer
Lindsley Parsons .... producer
Original Music by
Val Johns 
Cinematography by
Gabriel Figueroa (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Carlos Savage  (as Carlos Savage Jr.)
Casting by
James Lister 
Art Direction by
Manuel Fontanals 
Costume Design by
Travilla (gowns)
Makeup Department
Ana Guerrero .... makeup artist
Rosa Guerrero .... makeup artist
Esperanza Gómez .... hair stylist (as Esperanza Gomez)
Production Management
Enrique L. Morfín .... production chief (as Enrique Morfin)
Felipe Subervielle .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Winfield Sánchez .... assistant director (as Winfield Sanchez)
Sound Department
James L. Fields .... sound supervisor
Galdino R. Samperio .... sound recordist (as Galdino Samperio)
Manuel Topete .... sound recordist
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Consuelo Múgica .... costume coordinator (as Consuelo Mugica)
Music Department
Val Johns .... conductor
Other crew
Jon Cutaia .... assistant to the producer (as Jon A. Cutaia)
Ben Krasnow .... title design: Pacific Title
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Also Known As:
"El Terrón de azúcar" - Mexico
"A Escrava da Alucinação" - Brazil (imdb display title)
"A droga que alucina" - Brazil (alternative title)
"Dosierter Mord" - West Germany
"El Terrón de azúcar" - Spain
"Geometria di un delitto" - Italy
"Idiaiteres sheseis" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"Sir Küpü" - Turkey (Turkish title) (imdb display title)
"Szescian" - Poland (imdb display title)
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98 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
USA:PG | USA:M (certificate #22008) (original rating)
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Did You Know?

Graffiti written on the walls of the club, The Trip, include: ACID is LoVE - CUBE the FUZZ; SMILE; iCARUS is COMING - SO am I.; GRASS is GOODSee more »
Adriana Roman:[First lines] O holy virgin, thou who art in the glory of God, I beg thee to intercede...See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofed in Die, Mommie, Die! (2003)See more »
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21 out of 31 people found the following review useful.
No.. it can't be Lana Turner!, 18 April 2006
Author: alehua6 from Australia

My father in-law was channel surfing and accidentally found this movie playing on TV last night. I heard some of the lines and the weird 60's style music from another room and thought what the heck they were watching. It intrigued me enough to walk over to see what it was and my in-laws commented that it looked like a 'B' movie. At a glance, I thought the acting was really bad. But then I took a closer look at one of the actors and realized that it was Lana Turner! I couldn't believe my eyes. I noticed immediately how much older she looked. I love how every time the camera was on her face she looked mysteriously out of focus. Kind of like what they did with Sybil Shepard in Moonlighting. The lines were really awful and painful to hear but we all found ourselves compelled to keep watching it. Even my husband woke up from a snooze on the couch and started watching it. The daughter, Lisa sounded out of place with some French-like accent. The special psychedelic effects were really bad. I felt almost embarrassed for Ms Turner. I was also surprised there was nudity in this film.

She shouldn't have done this movie. She looked really out of place as if she was still playing one of her roles in her older movies like Imitation of Life. Don't get me wrong, I loved Imitation of Life. That was a really wonderful movie. She was really great in it and her acting was right for that time. But this movie was not right for her type of acting. It looked really out of place.

Also, the guy who played Johnny looked really familiar until I realized that it was 'Bernardo' from West Side Story! He seemed to play this sleazy character all too well.

I do have to say that it was entertaining. But if you're a real big fan of Lana Turner, save yourself the agony if you want to remember her as she was in her heyday. Cheers!

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