Director Herbert J. Leder purposely wanted the film to have the style of the Hammer Studio horror films that were popular during the 60's. He directed the camera work and audio effects to have the characteristics of a Hammer film.
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Jill Haworth detested his film and only made it for the money, but enjoyed working with Roddy McDowall. Years later, when she was visited by McDowall, he brought her a poster for this film, took out a pen and wrote "Sh" before the title.
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Although it was shot in color, U.S. theatrical release prints were in black-and-white.
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Released on a co-bill in many theaters in the USA with another Herbert J. Leder production, The Frozen Dead (1966).
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The film was released in Mexico under the Spanish title "La Estatua Viviente", which translates as "The Living Statue".
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