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Horror Double Bill 1: Isle of the Dead

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starring
Boris Karloff , Ellen Drew
A Greek general, an American reporter, a British consul and his wife, are among a group of people trapped on a Greek island during the war of 1912. Plague breaks out, and a peasant woman warns of the presence of a vorvolaka - a vampirish being that drains all joy from the living and possesses the newly dead. Boris Karloff stars as the dour general in another vintage excursion into terror by master producer Val Lewton.
Screenplay by ARDEL WRAY , JOSEF MISCHEL Produced by VAL LEWTON Directed by MARK ROBSON
. Filmt: page 82

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Karloff
Unknown: Ellen Drew
Unknown: Boris Karloff
Producer: Val Lewton.
Play By: Ardel Wray
Unknown: Josef Mischel
Produced By: Val Lewton
Directed By: Mark Robson
General: Boris Karloff
Thea: Ellen Drew
Oliver: Marc Cramer
Mrs St Aubyn: Katherine Emery
Kyra: Helene Thimig
St Aubyn: Alan Napier
Albrecht: Jason Robards Sr
Dr Drossos: Ernst Dorian
Robbins: Skelton Knaggs
Greek colonel: Sherry Hall

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Horror Double Bill 1: Isle of the Dead

BBC Two England, 25 July 1981 21.20






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