"Oh, don't worry. I'm not going to rape you."
Kitty Duarte
Daughters of Satan
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Title: Daughters of Satan
Directed by: Hollingsworth Morse
Written by: John C. Higgins; John A. Bushelman
Produced by: Aubrey Schenck; Vicente Nayve
Music by: Richard LaSalle
Cinematography: Nonong Rasca
Edited by: Tony DiMarco
Distributed by: United Artists
Released: November 17th, 1972
Rating: R
Running time: 90 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $275,000

Daughters of Satan is an American horror movie directed by Hollingsworth Morse. It was based on a story by John A. Bushelman and a screenplay by John C. Higgins. It was released theatrically in the United States on November 17th, 1972. Daughters of Satan stars Tom Selleck in one of his earliest film appearances as James Robertson, a man who purchases a painting of a 17th century witch being burned at the stake. Noting how much the woman in the portrait resembles his wife Chris, he gives it to her as a gift. The ghost of the witch takes possession of Chris Robertson and, along with the reinvigorated souls of two other witches, they begin taking their revenge against James Robertson - descendant of the witchfinder who once executed them.

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  • The tagline for this film is "A secret cult of lust-craved witches torturing with fire and desire!"
  • Actor Tom Selleck is best known for playing the title character Magnum in the 1980s action series Magnum P.I. He also starred in Three Men and a Baby and its sequel Three Men and a Little Lady and later went on to play the lead role of Frank Reagan in the TV series Blue Bloods.

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