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Horror Double Bill


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starring Dennis O'Keefe, Jean Brooks
Another gem of suggestive terror from producer Val Lewton and director Jacques Tourneur. Fear stalks the dark streets of a small New Mexico town after a black leopard, part of a publicity stunt by a night-club entertainer, is accidentally let loose. A young girl out buying groceries is killed, but is she a victim of the leopard, or of a human killer who has made the night streets his hunting ground?
Screenplay by ARDEL WRAY, based on the novel Black Alibi by CORNELL WOOLRICH Produced by VAL LEWTON
Films: page 11

and at 11.55*
starring Carol Lynley, Gig Young, Oliver Reed, Flora Robson
Returning to her childhood home on an isolated island off the New England coast, Susannah Kelton and her husband, Mike, find the villagers openly hostile. Vague memories stir in Susannah of a terrifying childhood experience. Her Aunt Agatha warns of a fearful family curse linked with a mysterious shuttered room at the top of the old mill she has returned home to claim ...
Directed by DAVID GREENE. Films: p 11


Producer: Val Lewton
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Screenplay by: Ardel Wray
Produced by: Val Lewton
Directed by: Jacques Tourneur
Jerry Manning: Dennis O'Keefe
Clo-Clo: Margo
Kiki Walker: Jean Brooks
Maria: Isabel Jewell
Dr Galbraith: James Bell
Teresa Delgado: Margaret Landry
Charlie How-Come: Abner Biberman
Raoul Belmonte: Richard Martin
Consuelo Contreras: Tula Parma
Chief Robles: Ben Bard
Eloise: Ariel Heath
RoSita: Fely Franquelli
Dwight: Robert Anderson
Helene: Jacqueline de Witt
Pedro: Bobby Spindola
Brunton: William Halligan
Senora Delgado: Kate Lawson
Unknown: *
Screenplay: D.B. Ledrov
Screenplay: Nathaniel Tanchuck
Produced by: Phillip Hazelton
Directed by: David Greene
Mike Kelton: Gig Young
Susannah Kelton: Carol Lynley
Ethan: Oliver Reed
Aunt Agatha: Flora Robson
Zebulon: William Devlin
Tait: Bernard Kay
Emma: Judith Artry
Luther: Robert Cawdron
Aunt Sarah: Celia Hewitt
Village girl: Ingrid Bower

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