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The Horror Movie: The Beast Must Die

Synopsis

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I Continuing a season of films to thrill and chill. Tonight starring Peter Cushing
Calvin Lockhart
A full moon, an old, dark house, and a howling in the woods herald a whodunnit with a gruesome difference. The number of the guests is dwindling, not because of a normal murderer, but because one of this assortment of mysterious weekend guests is a werewolf! Which of the guests becomes a man-eating beast when the moon is full? Who is the wolf and who the red herring? In the best armchair-detective tradition the film contains a 30-second 'werewolf break' to help you guess the beast's true identity!
Screenplay by MICHAEL WINDER
Based on the novel There Shall Be No Darkness by JAMES BLISH
Produced by MAX J. ROSENBERG and MILTON SUBOTSKY
Directed by PAUL ANNETT
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Calvin Lockhart
Unknown: Michael Winder
Unknown: James Blish
Produced By: Max J. Rosenberg
Produced By: Milton Subotsky
Directed By: Paul Annett
Tom Newcliffe: Calvin Lockhart
Dr Lundgren: Peter Cushing
Bennington: Charles Gray
Pavel: Anton Diffring
Caroline Newcliffe: Marlene Clark
Davina Gilmore: Ciaran Madden
Paul Foote: Tom Chadbon
Jan Jarmokowski: Michael Gambon
Butler: Sam Mansaray
Pilot: Andrew Lodge
First hunter: Carl Bohun
Second hunter: Eric Carte






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