The Deadly Bees (1967)
Summary: An exhausted pop singer, sent to an island retreat to recuperate, is terrorized by a farm's owner’s specially bred killer bees.
Bloch: “Once the completed screenplay arrived in England, the problem of matching stellar schedules—and salaries—put the roles into other hands and the script itself into the hands of its director. As is often the case, he decided to improve it, with the aid of a writer named Anthony Marriott, but apparently without the knowledge of [Max] Rosenberg and [Milton] Subotsky, who left prior to production. Both of them had liked my original version, but by the time they returned, the screenplay had been improved past recognition and the shoot was already beginning.”
Category: Motion Picture
Script: Bloch adapted the 1941 novel A Taste of Honey by Gerald (H.F.) Heard; script was subsequently revised by Anthony Marriott.
IMDB page: The Deadly Bees