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The Corpse Grinders (1971) Poster

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The screenwriter, Joe Cranston, is the father of Breaking Bad (2008) star Bryan Cranston.
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Released in the U.S. as the main attraction in a triple-feature package with The Embalmer (1965) (US title: "The Embalmer") and The Undertaker and His Pals (1966).
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There was a short-lived punk rock band in the late 1970s that took their name from this movie (and included former New York Dolls bassist Arthur Kane in their ranks). Their gimmick was wearing ghoulish make-up.
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In a 1971 radio ad, they announced to see this film the viewer needed to sign a waiver before you entered the theater, saying you are assured of your mind, sound and body, and the theater or distributor's cannot be liable if a person was horrified so greatly you became ill.
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Re-released to theaters as "The Flesh Grinders" in 1980 on double and triple-feature bills, mostly in the Eastern U.S. It ran until 1985 and was often paired with Penitentiary, The Gates of Hell, Bloodeaters, Zombie, Massacre at Central High, The Rats Are Coming The Werewolves Are Here, Night of the Living Dead, Last House on the Left II, Meat Cleaver Massacre, Funeral Home, Nightmare, The Man With Two Heads and others.
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Re-released theatrically in 1982 under the title 'Night of the Howling Beast' as part of a multi-film package called "5 Deranged Features". Also on the bill were Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971) (under the title 'They're Coming to Get You'), The Wizard of Gore (1970) (under the title 'House of Torture'), Creature from Black Lake (1976) and Shriek of the Mutilated (1974).
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