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SATANIK (1968) based on Pop-Art French Comic
SATANIK (1968) based on Pop-Art French Comic

Magda Konopka is Anti-Hero Satanik, based on a '60s French Comic Book


director: Piero Vivarelli
starring: Magda Konopka Julio Pena Umberto Raho Luigi Montini Mirella Pamphili


Based on a French comic of the same name, popular in the 1960s. This one was directed by entertainment veteran Piero Vivarelli who found fame as a scriptwriter for the legendary Spaghetti Western DJANGO (1966) and then later for Joe D'Amato's EMANUELLE IN AMERICA (1976). Polish-born actress Magda Konopka was chosen for this role due to her remarkable pop-art modeling reputation; she also starred in WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH (1970) and BLINDMAN (1971).

The plot deals with female Dr Marnie Bannister who suffers from a medical disorder causing her to age rapidly and become quite hideous. She is working with Professor Greaves who's invented a formula proven to regenerate cells in laboratory animals. Dr Bannister demands that he use the formula on her. He refuses and is killed for it. After snatching the potion and drinking it down, she transforms into a leggy beauty. Immediately, Ms Bannister enters a life of crime - seducing and duping sex-starved men - but as these type of films tend to go, the formula has only temporary effects and she must kill to keep her youthful appearance.


An Italian/French co-production; fullscreen, (86 min.), in English language, DVDs encoded for ALL REGION NTSC, playable on any American machine. Extras include trailers. 

Adult Situations /Nudity/Drugs/Violence:
For Mature Audiences

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