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BBC Two England

Late Night Horror: William and Mary

by Roald Dahl
starring Brenda Bruce, Donald Sinden and Andre van Gyseghem
with Alan Bennion as The Doctor
A radiologist in the hospital where William Pearl, Professor of Philosophy, lies stricken by an incurable disease has discovered a way of preserving the brain after the body has died.
(Brenda Bruce is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
BBC Two England

Late Night Horror: The Corpse Can't Play

by John Burke
Dramatised by Hugh Leonard
Ronnie's party is well under way, and his mother Alice is waiting for her husband Tom to get home from the office to help keep order. The doorbell goes, but it isn't Tom - it's Simon Potter, a rather strange little boy whom the others, particularly Ronnie, don't like, and persecute. But he does know some pretty unusual and horrifying variations on children's party games...
BBC Two England

Late Night Horror: The Triumph of Death

by H. Russell Wakefield
starring Claire Bloom
with Nora Nicholson
For many years, Miss Pendleham has lived in a crumbling Elizabethan mansion. There are disquieting rumours that the house is haunted and some still more disquieting about Miss Pendleham...
BBC Two England

Late Night Horror: The Bells of Hell

by Robert Aickman
Three months after their marriage Phrynne and Gerald Banstead decide to stay at the Bell Inn, an ostensibly picturesque pub in East Anglia. As they arrive the whole place seems strangely deserted - the only sound they can hear is the desolate tolling of a church bell. Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe, who run the inn, and their only other guest, Commander Shotcroft, all seem desperately frightened of something vague and indefinable.
BBC Two England

Late Night Horror: The Kiss of Blood

Based on a short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Starring Diane Cilento and Roy Dotrice
Lady Sannox is one of the richest and most beautiful women in London. Her husband is many years her senior and is apparently quite content with the life she is leading. He seems more interested in cultivating his chrysanthemums - until Lady Sannox becomes the mistress of Douglas Stone, the eminent surgeon. Lord Sannox watches this affair, waiting to prove, perhaps, that he is not the meek, mild man his wife expects. He seeks his revenge, which is swift and terrible.






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