The Strange Awakening DVD

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Having found global fame as RKO's tenth Tarzan American actor Lex Barker established a long and successful career in Europe that began in 1957 with this classic tale of greed deception and murder. Co-starring Italian actress Lisa Gastoni and directed by B-movie stalwart Montgomery Tully Strange Awakening casts Barker as a man who loses his memory but gains a large inheritance… along with a sinister new 'family'! Also known as Female Fiends Strange Awakening is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited... theatrical aspect ratio. Motoring in the South of France Peter Chance is attacked and left unconscious. On recovering he has no memory either of his past or who he is and is shocked to be told that he is the heir to two million dollars. As he slowly regains his health his suspicions are aroused by the women who claim to be his mother sister and wife. When police call to investigate the death of his father Chance realises that he too is a suspect and begins his own investigation... Features: Original Theatrical Trailer Image Gallery [show more]

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Released
27 July 2015
Directors
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
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Runtime
79 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5027626433949 
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Montgomery Tully directs this mystery drama starring Lex Barker as Peter Chance, a man who wakes from a car accident to find out he is the heir to two million dollars. With no recollection of his life before the accident, he becomes more and more suspicious of the women looking after him...