PG | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Max, a dead corrupt businessman, makes a Faustian pact with Satan's henchman to drive three people to Hell in exchange for longer life. Soon Max realizes that there still may be good in him.
Writer Jimmy Sangster had originally planned for this to be a more serious addition to the horror genre, to be made for Hammer, and with Vincent Price starring. The title would have been " The Fairytale Man".
So between managing the Nordlinger boy and Stella, I'm perpetually on the run, as you can imagine.
Penny Hart: I don't have to imagine. I can tell by looking at you. Don't you ever look in the mirror when you shave?
Max Devlin: Not if I can help it.