GenreCrime, Drama Music directorBarry Mann, Fred Karger WriterRobert Thom LanguageEnglish
Release date1969 CastJennifer Jones (Astrid Steele), Jordan Christopher (Bogart Peter Stuyvesant), Holly Near (Tara Nicole Steele), Lou Rawls (Joe), Charles Aidman (Willy Steele), Davey Davison (Anna Livia) Similar moviesAlphabet City (1984), The Naked Cage (1986), Good Day for It (2011), A Lovely Way to Die (1968), Juke Girl (1942)
TaglineDrugs, thugs and freaked-out starlets, ritual murder and cannibalism, dedicated to the proposition that all men are created evil.
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Angel, Angel, Down We Go is a 1969 film. It was also known as Cult of the Damned. It is the sole directorial credit for playwright and screenwriter Robert Thom, who had previously written Wild in the Streets for American International Pictures, who produced this follow-up.
It was the first film actress Jennifer Jones made following her suicide attempt.
It was made for Sam Katzman's Four Leaf Productions.
The overweight, emotionally troubled daughter (Holly Near) of an affluent but brittle Hollywood couple (Jennifer Jones and Charles Aidman) gets caught up with a charismatic rock singer (Jordan Christopher) and his friends. The singer proceeds to seduce and manipulate her entire family.