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Man Alive

Synopsis

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Sing a Song for Christmas
starring Vincent Price with Hazel Court, Jane Asher
The evil Prince Prospero and his guests spend their time in shameless revelry while outside his castle plague rages among the poor. But at the height of a spectacular masked ball an uninvited guest makes an unwelcome entrance.
Prince Prospero......VINCENT PRICE Juliana HAZEL COURT Francesca JANE ASHER Gino......................DAVID WESTON Alfredo. .................PATRICK MAGEE LudOViCO NIGEL GREEN Hop Toad.................. SKIP MARTIN Man in Red.........JOHN WESTBROOK
From a story by EDGAR ALLAN POE Director ROGER CORMAN
Holiday Films, pp 17-18

Contributors

Unknown: Vincent Price
Unknown: Jane Asher
Unknown: Vincent Price
Unknown: Juliana Hazel Court
Unknown: Francesca Jane Asher
Unknown: Weston Alfredo.
Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: Ludovico Nigel
Unknown: Martin Man
Unknown: John Westbrook
Story By: Edgar Allan Poe
Director: Roger Corman

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