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1960's or 70's B&W horror film about a madman who steals faces from Coeds

Basically, watched this movie in the early 1980s. What I remember is that there is a group of Coeds running around this town. The coeds are dressed in 1960s or 70s clothing. Sweaters and knee length skirts. A creepy house at the edge of town has a nut inside and captures the coeds, cuts their faces off, and puts them on a plaster mold to see if they will fit the face of his sister. The plaster mold is on a piece of wood that looks like the back of a hand-held mirror.

The film is black and white. I likely saw it on early HBO or Showtime.

It is not Eyes Without a Face, The Awful Dr. Orlof, or The Mill of the Stone Women.
asked Jan 7, 2016 in Name That Movie by sammyig (2 points)
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