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Dr Terror's Vault of Horror


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The evil doctor introduces another horror double bill.
Blood of the Vampire
Transylvania 1880:
Dr Callistratus is
I executed for being a vampire but he is brought back to life by a dumb, one-eyed hunchback. He then becomes a doctor at a prison for the criminally insane. With Donald Wolfit , Vincent Ball ,
Barbara Shelley , Bernard Bresslaw and John Le Mesurier.
Director Henry Cass (1958)
And at 1.20am
I Don't Want to be Born
Joan Collins
Donald Pleasence
An ex-stripper offends a midget, who responds by cursing her unborn child. With Eileen Atkins and Ralph Bates. Director Peter Sasdy (1976)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-60


Unknown: Donald Wolfit
Unknown: Vincent Ball
Unknown: Barbara Shelley
Unknown: Bernard Bresslaw
Unknown: John Le Mesurier.
Director: Henry Cass
Unknown: Joan Collins
Unknown: Donald Pleasence
Unknown: Eileen Atkins
Unknown: Ralph Bates.
Director: Peter Sasdy

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