Roger Corman's "A Bucket of Blood"


A Bucket of Blood is a 1959 American comedy horror film directed by Roger Corman.

In a jumpin' java joint filled to the brim with kooky beatniks and poets, an artist wannabe discovers he has a talent for modern art... and murder!

Walter (Dick Miller) is a busboy overly impressed with the hipsters who hang out at The Yellow Door coffee house and he wonders ho to become 'hip'. When he accidentally kills his neighbors pet cat he panics -- and covers the dead cat with artist's clay! His prayers are answered and before he knows it he the 'cat's meow' of the art scene. His talent develops and -- surprise!!! -- he can sculpt humans the same way has did his neighbor's cat.

TRIVIA FACTS: A Bucket of Blood was produced on a $50,000 budget and was shot in five days. When shooting for the movie was completed early the Producer decided to shoot a second new movie using the same sets: The Little Shop of Horrors.

Not Rated
1 Hour 6 minutes
Directed by Roger Corman

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  • Model: COR003w002
  • Shipping Weight: 0.5lbs
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  • Manufactured by: Roger Corman

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 June, 2012.

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