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Jorge Grau (born Jorge Grau Solá, 27 October 1930 – 26 December 2018) was a Spanish director, scriptwriter, playwright and painter. His 1965 film Acteón was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. In 1973, he directed Ceremonia sangrienta (a.k.a. Legend of Blood Castle and The Female Butcher), starring Ewa Aulin. In 1974, he directed the cult zombie film The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue (a.k.a. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, a.k.a. Don't Open the Window.) Grau passed away on 27 December 2018.

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