In 1983, Embassy Pictures ordered cuts to be made to the film.
Embassy Pictures released the film the following year on VHS.
Levine's Embassy Pictures began dealing in art films, often European ones, in the 1960s.
Production was difficult for several members of the crew, and the production studio, Embassy Pictures, refused to allow Raimi to edit the film.
Embassy Pictures re-released the film in May 1983.
Trade reviews from its New York showing indicate that it was released by Embassy Pictures.
It was completed in 1964, and released to theatres by Embassy Pictures in 1966.
In 1940 they formed Embassy Pictures and made several shorts.
In the event they only produced two more movies before Embassy Pictures wound up in 1950.
He joined Embassy Pictures in 1983 and formed his own distribution company in 1986.