Mark of the Devil
© 1984 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, All rights reserved
All characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herin are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely co-incidental.
Produced by Hammer Film Productions Limited entirely on location in The United Kingdom and Austria
ITV London Transmission Date: 5th September 1984
Frank Rowlett is a down on his luck loser who can’t win at anything. When he can’t come up with money for a poker game, he sneaks into the back of a tattoo parlor, kills the owner and takes his money. Frank wins very big that night, but a small little dot appears on his chest. Day by day, it gets bigger and bigger and forms into a tattoo. The tattoo then starts to spread all over his body and he has to go into seclusion. Can Frank get the help he needs before time runs out?
Executive Story Editor
Director of Photography
Music Composed by
Assistant Art Director
Assistant to Producer
Frank Watts BSc
Bob Dearberg G.B.F.E.
Lesley de Pettitt
William J Kenney, Daniel Travis
Sheala Daniell, Linda Nettleton
Rank Film Laboratories
Warwick Dubbing Theatre
Det. Inspector Grant
Det. Sergeant Kirby
George Sewell’s only other appearance in a Hammer production was in “The Vengeance of She” (1968).
Bert Kwok appeared for Hammer in three of their earlier films, Yesterday’s Enemy” (1959), Passport to China (1960) and Terror of the Tongs (1961).
Details were complied viewing the actual film.
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection