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Chosen Survivors

Chosen Survivors
File:Chosensurvivors.jpg
Original poster art
Directed by Sutton Roley
Produced by Leon Benson
Charles W. Fries
Written by H.B. Cross
Starring Jackie Cooper
Diana Muldaur
Richard Jaeckel
Bradford Dillman
Lincoln Kilpatrick
Alex Cord
Barbara Babcock
Music by Fred Karlin
Cinematography Gabriel Torres
Editing by John F. Link
Dennis Virkler
Release date(s) 1974
Running time 99 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Chosen Survivors is a 1974 horror film directed by Sutton Roley and starring Diana Muldaur and Jackie Cooper.

Plot

After being selected at random by a computer to seek safety in an underground bomb shelter on the eve of a nuclear attack, a group of refugees makes a horrible realization: They're sharing the space with a colony of vampire bats. And since going back above ground isn't an option, they're forced to stay and fight for their lives.

Releases

The film was released theatrically in the United States on May 22, 1974. The original distributor was Columbia Pictures.

The film was released on DVD in a double feature with The Earth Dies Screaming as part of MGM's Midnite Movies series.

See also

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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