|release date||May 23 1972|
|studio||Crown International Pictures|
|writer||William Grefe, Gary Crutcher|
|starring||Chris Robinson, Alex Rocco, Steve Alaimo, Susan Carroll|
|tagline||...will make your skin crawl.|
SynopsisA young Seminole Indian uses his rattlesnake to take revenge on all those he believes have wronged him.
Perhaps looking to profit off the momentum of 1971’s Willard, independent filmmaker John Burrows produced Stanley, a borderline horror (more so revenge) film directed by William Grefe (Mako: The Jaws of Death) doused heavily in hippie ecology, and slithering with 100% real snakes from reel to reel. Why would a man choose to live in such a manner? Well according to what Tim tells some fellow members of the Seminole Indians who come to visit, he hates the “white man” and what he has done to his people. How they ridicule and stare, and treat them like animals. Snakes and Tim have a common foe. Man. …Read More