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The living room and kitchen sets fromThe Brady Bunchwere reused in this film, although the living room set was rearranged slightly to a smaller footprint.Aside from a paint job, the kitchen set was otherwise unaltered.
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Anearthquakereleases a bunch of mutantcockroachesthat can create fire by rubbing theircercitogether. Eventually most of the bugs die because they cannot survive in the low air pressure on the Earths surface, but a scientist, Professor James Parmiter (Dillman), keeps one alive in a pressure chamber. He successfully breeds the mutant cockroach with a modern cockroach, creating a breed of intelligent, flying super-cockroaches.
Bugis a 1975 American horror film inPanavision, directed byJeannot Szwarcand written byWilliam Castleand Thomas Page, from Pages novelThe Hephaestus Plague(1973). It was the last film Castle was involved in before his death.The film starredBradford DillmanJoanna MilesandRichard Gilliland.
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