Satan's School for Girls (2000 film)

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Satan's School for Girls
Poster of the movie Satan's School for Girls.jpg
Written byJennifer Maisel
Directed byChristopher Leitch
StarringShannen Doherty
Julie Benz
Daniel Cosgrove
Taraji P. Henson
Kate Jackson
Music byPeter Manning Robinson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Aaron Spelling
E. Duke Vincent
Producer(s)Robert Berger
Murray Shostak
CinematographySergei Kozlov
Editor(s)John Duffy
Running time87 minutes
Production company(s)ABC
Spelling Television
Original networkABC
Original release
  • March 13, 2000 (2000-03-13)

Satan's School for Girls is a 2000 American made-for-television horror film directed by Christopher Leitch and starring Shannen Doherty, Julie Benz, Daniel Cosgrove and Kate Jackson. It is a remake of a 1973 ABC Movie of the Week of the same name.[1]


The TV movie is about a woman, Beth Hammersmith, who attends Fallbridge College for Girls under the name Karen Oxford, to find out why her sister, who attended the college, is believed to have committed suicide. Once she is enrolled, she soon discovers a Satanic cult of witches, who call themselves "The Five", who want Beth to join the cult. The Dean is played by Kate Jackson, who portrayed the character of Roberta Lockhart in the original 1973 film.



The film was directed by Christopher Leitch and is a remake of the 1973 version. The movie was also filmed in the city of Montreal, Quebec and the John Abbott College was used for the movie's campus.


The film first aired on March 13, 2000 on ABC.[2]


  1. ^ "Satan's School for Girls". The New York Times. 2013-01-15. Archived from the original on January 15, 2013.
  2. ^ "This Month in Horror". Bloody Disgusting. March 2000.

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