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A decades-old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.
According to makeup effects artist Thomas R. Burman, one of his gory creations was realistic enough that director George Mihalka threw up at the sight of it.
Your decorating committee has done one hell of a job!
Mabel Osborne: Well, after all, the first Valentine's dance in 20 years has to be something special.
Mayor Hanniger: Yeah, well - Of course you're right, Mabel, but we'd all be better off if you played down the fact that it's ...
In the mine, just before accidentally hitting T.J. with a board, Axel shuts the light on his helmet off. In the next several shots, the light goes from off to on and back multiple times.
At the beginning of the rolling credits, you will hear the evil-doer miner (Harry Warden) laugh.
The original British cinema print was also the pre-cut version. However, it did restore the ending. The footage was obviously from a different source and cut back into the film.
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