Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde (1976)

Director
William Crain

Main cast
Bernie Casey; Rosalind Cash; Marie O'Henry; Ji-Tu Cumbuka; Milt Kogan

Genres
Horror

Description
A doctor (Bernie Casey) in a Watts clinic takes his own medicine and becomes a monstrous white killer of hookers.


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