1972 BBFC Cert. “AA”

What Became of Jack and Jill

In order to collect inheritance money, a slacker tries to induce a heart attack in his invalid grandmother by convincing her that she’s become the target of youth supremacists who want to enact a genocide on the elderly.

Production Details

An Amicus Production
Produced at Shepperton Studios
93 Mins

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Hammer Connections
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What Became of Jack and Jill 1972

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This film had the least number of Hammer connections in an Amicus production.

Financed by Amicus pictures in 1970 as “Romeo and Juliet ’71” in an attempt to capture the ever-growing grindhouse/exploitation market. The final product proved to be too nihilistic for Amicus executives, and they shelved the film for two years until it was picked up for distribution by 20th Century Fox.

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