The Deadly Bees

1966 film by Freddie Francis

The Deadly Bees is a 1966 British horror film about an exhausted pop singer, sent on a vacation to a farm, who realizes that the farm's owner grows deadly bees. It was released theatrically in the United States in 1967 and was featured in a 1998 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Directed by Freddie Francis. Written by Robert Bloch and Anthony Marriott, based on H.F. Heard's 1941 novel A Taste for Honey.
Hives of horror! - Excited by the smell of fear, they inflict their fatal stings!

H.W. ManfredEdit

  • [referring to a liquid he has] I've made this especially for you, Vicki.

Mary HargroveEdit

  • The dog's meat, have you seen it?


Vicki Robbins: Why should Hargrove or whoever it was want to destroy your bees?
H.W. Manfred: Well, he didn't want to destroy my bees. He wanted to destroy me!


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