Sting of Death

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Released 1965

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Sting of Death

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Released:
1965
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Sting of Death is a 1956 film directed by Daniel Petrie that tells the story of a university professor, who has an inordinate taste for honey for his breakfast and tea. He goes to a rural town in England only to discover that the beekeeping industry has taken its plunge for a mysterious reason. Mr. Silchester (Robert Flemyng) wonders how the abundant supply of honey in a once peaceful bee town suddenly disappears because of one sinister man, Mr. Hargrove (Martyn Green). He soon finds out from one of his neighbors, Mr. Mycroft (Boris Karloff), that Hargrove breeds his bees dangerous enough to have disseminated the bee population in the neighborhood, and now pose a threat to the lives of the locals. One day, an attempt is made on Silchester's life by these killer bees. Determined to bring back the once flourishing beekeeping industry in town, Silchester will risk his life to stop Hargrove and his bees once and for all.moreless

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Drama, Horror, Suspense

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B-Movie Horror, Horror Masters, Cult