Bug (1975 film

Bug (1975 film

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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.[2]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.[1]The film starredBradford DillmanJoanna MilesandRichard Gilliland.

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