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E.T.-THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL NASTIE
(1968) see Night Fright

EARTH DEFENCE FORCES (1957) see Chikyu Boeign

THE EARTH DIES SCREAMING (1964/Lippert/TCF.) 64mins. BW. UK.
Credits: Dir: Terence Fisher; Prod: Robert L. Lippert & Jack Parsons; Sc: Henry Cross; Ph: Arthur Lavis; Ed: Robert Winter & Clive Smith; Art: George Provis; Mu: Harold Fletcher; Mus: Elisabeth Lutyens.
Cast: Willard Parker, Virginia Field, Dennis Price, Thorley Walters, Vanda Godsell, David Spenser, Anna Palk.
A test pilot returns to a quiet English village to find that everyone is dead, killed by robotic aliens who then touch the corpses to revive them as eyeless zombies. A handful of survivors seek refuge in an old army barracks where they find a strange transmitter sending orders to the invaders. They smash the device and immobilise the menace.
An overly wordy, but fair science fiction yarn. The helmets worn by the aliens are similar to those in Things to Come.

EARTH VERSUS THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956/Columbia) 83mins. BW. US.
Aka: INVASION OF THE FLYING SAUCERS.
Credits: Dir: Fred F. Sears; Prod: Charles H. Schneer; Ex.Prod: Sam Katzman; Sc: George Worthing Yates & Raymond T. Marcus; Ph: Fred Jackman Jnr.; Ed: Danny D. Landres; Art: Paul Palmentola; Sets: Sidney Clifford; Sfx: Ray Harryhausen & Russ Kelly; Mus: Mischa Bakaleinikoff. From a story by Curt Siodmak and an idea suggested by Donald E. Keyhoe
Cast: Joan Taylor, Hugh Marlowe, Harry Lauter, Morris Ankrum, Thomas Browne Henry, Donald Curtis, John Zaremba, Grandon Rhodes, Larry Blake. Voice: Paul Frees.
"If they land in our nation's capital uninvited we won't meet them with milk and cookies!"
Doctor Russ Marvin and his new bride Carol, (Taylor), receive a message from aliens asking for assistance to help their dying planet. However, when the aliens arrive on Earth they are greeted by a hostile military and are forced to retaliate by destroying most of Washington D.C. until a scientist develops an anti-gravity ray that can bring down their saucers. Eventually diseases that we have become immune to destroy the aliens.
B-movie fun with part of the plot borrowed from War of the Worlds. This is remembered mostly as an early example of Ray Harryhausen's stunning effects.

EARTH VERSUS THE GIANT SPIDER (1958) see Earth Versus the Spider

EARTH VERSUS THE SPIDER (1958/Santa Rosa Prod.) 72mins. BW. US.
Aka: THE SPIDER; EARTH VERSUS THE GIANT SPIDER.
Credits: Dir., Prod. & Sfx: Bert I. Gordon; Sc: Laszlo Gorog & George Worthing Yates; Ph: Jack Marta; Ed: Ronald Sinclair; Art: Walter Keller; Mus: Albert Glasser.
Cast: Ed Kremmer, June Kenney, Gene Roth, Mickey Finn, Gene Persson, Hal Torrey, Sally Fraser, June Jocelyn, Troy Patterson, Hank Patterson.
When her father doesn't return home, teenager Carol, (Kenny), and her boyfriend Mike, (Persson), search for him and discover a mutated giant spider living in a cave, but they have to pry themselves from the web before getting help. The sheriff, (Roth), a posse and a biology teacher bomb the spider with DDT. and take the corpse back to the high school gymnasium. When loud rock'n'roll music revives the monster that was only stunned, it escapes to suck the fluids from the local inhabitants and leave them as dried up corpses.
Another formula 50's monster film with some effective moments in a ludicrous plot.

EBIRAH, HORROR OF THE DEEP (1966) see Nankai No Dai Ketto

ECHENRE AL VAMPIRO (1961) Mexico. Aka: BRING ME THE VAMPIRE.
Credits: Dir: Alfredo B. Crevenna.
Cast: Maria Eugenia San Martin, Hector Godoy, Carlos Riquelme, Maria Pena, Mantequilla (Fernando Soto), Borolas (Joaquin Garcia Vargas), Pompin (Alfonso) Iglesias, José Jasso. Heirs to a fortune gather at the isolated Black Castle for a reading of the will, however, a vampire, (Mantequilla), stalks the heirs who must stay at the castle for a month to inherit the family fortune.
An obscure comic old-dark-house adventure with a phoney vampire and disappearing bodies.
Non-horror sequel: LA CASA DE LOS ESPANTOS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EEGAH!
(1962/Fairway) 92mins. US.
Credits: Dir. & Prod: Nicholas Merriwether (Arch Hall Snr.); A.Prod: Don Schneider; Sc: Bob Wheling.
From a story by Nicholas Merriwether.
Cast: Richard Kiel, William Watters (Arch Hall Snr.), Arch Hall Jnr., Marilyn Manning, Ray Dennis Steckler, Carolyn Brandt.
"Primitive passions turned on! Love breaks the time barrier!"
"The crazed love of a prehistoric giant for a ravishing teen-age girl!"
A giant caveman named Eegah, (Kiel), who has been kept alive by the sulphur in his cave, falls in love with young Roxy Miller, (Manning), who goes to the desert cave and dupes the giant caveman into believing she is his friend in order to free her kidnapped father, (Watters). Horrified at the pretence, Eegah follows her to Palm Springs and smashes up a restaurant and a pool party where Roxy's boyfriend Tom, (Hall Jnr.), is performing his song "I Love You Vicki", before being gunned down by insensitive policemen.
An incredibly inept film from the same production company responsible for Incredibly Strange Creatures That Stoppeed Living and Became Mixed Up Zombies.

EGGHEAD'S ROBOT (1970) 90mins. UK.
Credits: Dir: Milo Lewis.
Cast: Keith Chegwin, Jeffrey Chegwin, Roy Kinnear.
An inventor's son creates a robot to do his chores for him.

ELECTRONIC MONSTER (1957/Merton Park/Anglo Amalgamated) 72mins. BW. UK.
Aka: ESCAPEMENT; ZEX.
Credits: Dir: Montgomery Tully; Prod: Alec C. Snowden; Ex.Prod: Richard Gordon; Sc: Charles Eric Maine & J. MacLaren Ross; Ph: Bert Mason & Teddy Catford; Ed: Geoffrey Miller; Art: Wilfred Arnold; Mus: Richard Taylor & Soundorama. From the novel "Escapement" by Charles Eric Maine.
Cast: Rod Cameron, Mary Murphy, Meredith Edwards, Peter Illing, Carl Jaff‚, Kay Callard, Carl Duering, Roberta Huby, Felix Felton, Larry Cross, Carlo Borelli, John McCarthy, Jacques Cey, Armande Guinle.
"Monster machine vs. helpless beauty!"
When a famous movie star dies in France, an insurance investigator, (Cameron), discovers that he had been a patient at a clinic that induces electronically controlled hypnosis in it's patients as a form of therapy, but some recipients have died of what seems to be "brain electrolysis". When a doctor discovers the failure of the treatment he urges the owner of the clinic, Paul Zakon, to close down, but the evil Zakon and a Nazi doctor plan to use the process to brainwash people. They kill all those who come close to uncovering the owner's true intentions.
A general lack of cohesion spoils the premise that is no more than a thriller with science fiction overtones. Possibly this was the inspiration for BRAINSTORM (1984).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE EMBALMER
(1965) see Il Mostro di Venezia

THE EMPEROR'S BAKER (1951) see Cisaruv Pekar a Pekaruv Cisar

EMPIRE OF DRACULA (1967) Mexico.
Credits: Dir: F. Curiel.
Cast: Ethel Carrillo, Eric del Castillo.
Count Dracula's blood-sucking harem feeds on innocent males.

THE ENCHANTING SHADOW (1959) see Ch'ien-Nu Yu-Hin

THE END OF THE WORLD (1962) see Panic in the Year Zero

ENEMY FROM SPACE (1957) see Quatermass II

EL ENMASCARADO DE ORO CONTRA EL ASESINO INVISIBLE (1964)
see El Asesino Invisible

EL ENMASCARADO PLATA (1952) Mexico.
Aka: THE MAN IN THE SILVER MASK.
Cast: Santo.
The first film to feature Santo, the masked wrestler who went on to star in a series of Mexican films in which he fights with other wrestlers, monsters, mad doctors and vampires.
This first feature contains no horror elements.

THE EPIC HERO AND THE BEAST (1956) see Ilya Mourometz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EQUINOX
(1967-71/Tonylyn/VIP.) 82mins. Aka: THE BEAST (Video).
Credits: Dir. & Sc: Mark Thomas McGee & Jack Woods; Prod: Dennis Muren & James Harris; Distribution: Jack H. Harris; Ph: Mike Hoover; Ed: John Joyce; Sfx: Jim Danforth, David Allen & Dennis Muren; Mus: John Caper.
Cast: Edward Connell, Barbara Hewitt, Frank Boers Jr. (Frank Bonner), Jim Philips, Fritz Lieber, Patrick Burke, Jim Duron, Jack Woods, Robin Christopher. Voice: Forrest J. Ackerman.
"If you knew what was in that book, you'd turn to jelly. It's not meant for worms like you."--Asmodeus.
A reporter visits an asylum to interview patient David Fielding and listens to a tape he made that relates his story. Fielding claims that he and his friends went to search for their missing geology professor Dr. Waterman, (Leiber), and reported the fact that the professor's cabin has been burnt to the ground to the ranger, Mr. Asmodeus, who states that he hasn't seen Waterman for days. The teenagers encounter an elderly man who gives them a 1000 year old book that is a bible for evil and contains Waterman's notes explaining that the book attracts demons, causing a rift between the two worlds. Mr. Asmodeus possesses a ring that allows him to create a monster to try and obtain the book, but the teens defeat it with a spear. As they try to flee, Asmodeus admits his true identity and demands the book from them, but when they hide behind a cement cross Asmodeus explodes when he flies into it. A shadow warns David that he will die a year and a day later and as the reporter leaves the hospital he sees one of the dead teens, possessed by Asmodeus, enter the building to try and kill David.
Originally this was a student film made on 16mm. Distributor Jack Harris reworked, edited and reshot some scenes changing all but the original concept.

ERCOLE AL CENTRO DELLA TERRA (1961/Woolner Bros.) 83mins. Italy.
Aka: HERCULES IN THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH (UK); HERCULES IN THE HAUNTED WORLD; HERCULES VERSUS VAMPIRES.
Credits: Dir: Mario Bava; Ex.Prod: Achille Piazzi; Sc: Allesandro Continenza, Mario Bava, Duccio Tessari & Franco Prosperi.
Cast: Christopher Lee, Reg Park, Elenora Ruffo, Giorgio Ardisson, Marisa Bell, Leonora Ruffo, Ely Draco, Milton Reid, Ida Galli, Franco Giacobini.
To save the life of Deianira, (Ruffo), and return her memory, Hercules, (Park), and Theseus, (Ardisson), descend into Hell to obtain a rare stone. If they are unsuccessful, the girl's blood will be drained in a sacrificial ritual and used to keep the evil Lyco, (Lee), alive. The heroic duo combat Procrustes a rock-man, a number of wispy vampires and finally Lyco himself who is incinerated by the powers of a lunar eclipse.
Despite the overuse of comedy, this is the better of the Hercules entries thanks to Bava's atmospheric direction and some beautiful photography.

ERCOLE ALLA CONQUISTA DELLA ATLANTIDE (1961/ SPA Cinematografica/ Comptoir Francais) 84mins. Italy/France.
Aka: HERCULES AND THE HAUNTED WOMAN; HERCULES AND THE CAPTIVE WOMEN; HERCULES AND THE CONQUEST OF ATLANTIS; HERCULES CONQUERS ATLANTIS.
Credits: Dir: Vittorio Cottafavi; Prod: Achille Piazzi; Sc: Aessandro Continenza, Vittorio Cottafavi & Duccio Tessari; Ph: Carlo Carlini; Ed: Maurizio Lucidi; Des: Franco Lolli; Mus: Gino Marinuzzi. From a story by Archibald Zounds Jnr.
Cast: Reg Park, Fay Spain, Ettore Manni, Luciano Marin, Ivo Garrani, Gianmaria Volonte, Laura Altian, Marlo Petri, Mimmo Palmara, Enrico-Maria Salerno, Salvatore Furnari, Mario Valdemarin, Allesandro Sperli, Mino Doro, Luciana Angelillo, Ignazio Dolce, Raf Baldassarre, Miss Glamor.
Even Hercules, (Park), seems powerless against the sinister onslaught from Atlantis, yet he fights a dragon, some living rocks, saves the King of Thebes from the clutches of the evil Atlantean queen, (Spain), and eventually sinks Atlantis by destroying their rock of power.
No better or worse than any of the others in the Hercules entries.

ERCOLE E LA REGINA DI LIDIA (1959/Lux/Galatea/Warner) 101mins. Italy.
Sequel to: Le Fatiche di Ercole. Aka: HERCULES UNCHAINED.
Credits: Dir: Pietro Francisci; Prod: Bruno Vailati; Sc: Pietro Francisci & Ennio De Concini; Ph: Mario Bava; Mus: Enzo Masetti.
Cast: Steve Reeves, Sylva Koscina, Sylvia Lopez, Primo Carnera, Patrizia Della Rovere, Carlo D’Angelo, Gabriele Antonini.
Hercules, (Reeves), is pitted against the charms of the Lydian queen, (Lopez), while trying to rescue his bride to be, (Koscina), who has been abducted by a Theban giant, (Carnera), but he loses his memory and becomes part of the queen's male harem. Only by his strength does he destroy the queen and knock her temple down in the process.
It is a treat to watch Bava's excellent photography even if the film content does not add up to very much. Surprisingly this was one of Britain's most commercially successful films of 1960 due to a huge publicity budget that totalled more than the production costs.

THE EROTIC ADVENTURES OF SNOW WHITE (1970)
see Grimm's Marchen Fur Lusterne Parchen

ERZEBEH (1970) see Le Rouge Aux Levres

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ESCAPEMENT
(1957) see The Electronic Monster

ESPECTRO DEL ESTRANGULADOR (1965) Mexico.
Sequel to: Santo Contra el Estrangulador.
The ghost of a mad killer haunts a theatre. Santo, the wrestling hero attempts to combat the menace.
The title translates as The Ghost of the Strangler.

EL ESPEJO DE LA BRUJA (1960/ABSA/Clasa-Mohme) BW. Mexico.
Aka: THE WITCH’S MIRROR.
Credits: Dir: Chano Urueta; Prod: Abel Salazar; Sc: Alfredo Ruanova; Ph: Jorge Stahl; Art: Javier Torija; Mus: Gustavo César Carrión.
Cast: Rosita Arenas, Armando Calvo, Isabella Corona, Dina de Marco.
The spirit of a man's first wife emerges from a mirror with the power to transform into an owl or a cat, causing the man to disfigure his new wife. Horrified, the man, attempts to patch up his wife's face by using the skin taken from corpses.

ESPIRITISMO (1961/Calderon) Mexico.
Aka: SPIRITISM.
Credits: Dir: Benito Alazraki; Prod: Guillermo Calderon Stell; Sc: Rafael Travesi; Ph: Enrique Wallace; Mus: Antonio Diaz Conde. Based on "The Monkey's Paw" by W.W. Jacobs.
Cast: José Luis Jiménez, Nora Veryàn, Beatriz Aguirre, Carmel Gonzalez, Antonio Bravo.
After a seance, a dead man's mother receives a mummified monkey's paw that can grant her three wishes, but her desires turn to nightmares when she wishes her son back to life who died in a horribly mangled state.

ESTA NOITE ENCARNAREI NO TEU CADAVER (1967/Ibéria Filmes) 105mins. BW/colour sequences. Brazil.
Aka: THIS NIGHT I'LL POSSESS YOUR CORPSE; TONIGHT I WILL EAT YOUR CORPSE; TONIGHT I WILL MAKE YOUR CORPSE TURN RED; TONIGHT I WILL PAINT IN FLESH COLOUR.
Sequel to: À Meia-Noite Levarei Sua Alma.
Credits: Dir: José Mojica Marins; Prod: José Mojica Marins & Augusto Pereira; A.Prod: Antonio Fracari; Sc: Aldenora De Sa Porto & José Mojica Marins; Ph: Giorgio Attili; Ed: Luiz Elias; Des: José Vedovato; Mus: Herminio Giménez.
Cast: José Mojica Marins, Tina Wohlers, Nadia Freitas, Antonio Fracari, Jose Lobo, Esmeralda Ruchel, Paula Ramos, Tania Mendonça, Arlete Brazolin, Geraldo Bueno, José Carvalho, Oswaldo De Souza, Graveto, Lya Lagutte, Laércio Laurelli (voice of Zé do Caixão), Nivaldo Lima, Carmen Marins, Mina Monte, William Morgan, Roque Rodrigues, Nadia Tell, José Vedovato.
Cleared of past crimes, gravedigger Zé do Caixão, (Marins), is still looking for the perfect woman to give birth to a son. During his search he crushes several heads, puts tarantulas on innocent women and witnesses atrocities in Hell.
A creepy and atmospheric sequel with colour film used for the scenes in Hell.

ESTATE OF INSANITY (1964) see The Black Torment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EVE
(1968) 94mins. UK/Spain.
Credits: Dir: Jeremy Summers.
Cast: Robert Walker Jnr., Celeste Yarnell, Herbert Lom, Christopher Lee, Fred Clark, Maria Rohm.
A strange white jungle goddess who wields a mysterious power over her subjects rescues a pilot from Amazon savages.
A badly made "white jungle-queen" adventure.

EVE THE WILD WOMAN (1968) see King of Kong Island

EVEN DWARFS STARTED SMALL (1968) 98mins. Germany.
Credits: Dir: Werner Herzog.
Cast: Helmut Doring, Gerd Gickel, Paul Glauer, Erna Gschwnedtner, Gisela Hartwig.
Dwarfs and midgets in an isolated criminal institution take over the asylum.
A genuinely disturbing story with allusions to 1932's Freaks.

AN EVENING WITH BATMAN AND ROBIN (1965/Columbia)
"Made in 1943...discovered in 1965! Columbia Pictures presents An Evening with Batman and Robin. The greatest serial ever filmed...now the IN-tertainment scoop of the year!"
A feature release edited together from the 1943 serial Batman.

EVIL BRAIN FROM OUTER SPACE (1964/Shintoho) BW. Japan.
Credits: Dir: Tervo Ishii, Akira Mitsuwa & Koreyoshi Akasaka; Prod: Mitsugi Okora; Sc: Ichiro Miyagawa.
Cast: Ken Utsui, Reiko Seto, Chisako Tawara.
Starman, (Utsui), battles with the deformed Marpetians who are ruled by the evil brain of a scientist named Balazar.
One in a series of four English language dubbed features made from edited episodes of the Japanese television serial "Super Giant". This particular feature was edited together from episodes 7, 8 and 9.
See also The Appearance of Super Giant; Attack From Space; Atomic Rulers of the World.

THE EVIL EYE (1962) see Ragazza Che Sappeva Troppo

THE EVIL FORCE (1959) see The 4-D Man

THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN (1964/Hammer/Universal) 84mins.
Aka: DIE MONSTER DIE. Sequel to: The Revenge of Frankenstein.
Credits: Dir: Freddie Francis; Prod: Anthony Hinds; Sc: John Elder (Anthony Hinds); Ph: John Wilcox; Ed: James Needs; Art: Don Mingaye; Sfx: Les Bowie; Mu: Roy Ashton; Mus: Don Banks.
Cast: Peter Cushing, Peter Woodthorpe, Duncan Lamont, Kiwi Kingston, Sandor Eles, Katy Wild, David Hutcheson, Caron Gardner, Tony Arpino, James Maxwell, Alister Williamson, Kenneth Cove.
"The monster's back again and no one can stop him!"
Frankenstein, (Cushing), escapes some irate villagers and returns to the Balkans where he discovers his original creation packed in ice. Frankenstein thaws out the creature, but finds that it's mind is beyond his reach, so he uses the services of an hypnotist, (Woodthorpe), but he alone gains control the creature and forces it to rob for him. Frankenstein is blamed for the murders and thefts by the police, and has to fight for control of his creature, but a fire started by the villagers consumes the hypnotist, the monster and Frankenstein.
Hammer were finally able to copy the original Karloff make up as Universal were distributing the film. Previously Hammer had to create their own make up designs for the creature that were actually better efforts than the attempt here.
For the 97 minute American television release a prologue and new footage were added featuring William Phipps, Steven Geray and Maria Palmer.
Sequel: Frankenstein Created Woman.

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EXORCISM AT MIDNIGHT (1966) see Naked Evil

THE EXOTIC ONES (1968) see The Monster and the Stripper

EXPERIMENT IN EVIL (1959) see Testament of Dr. Cordelier

EXTRA TERRESTRIAL NASTIE (1968) see Night Fright

EL EXTRAÑO CASO DEL HOMBRE Y LA BESTIA (1951) see El Hombre y la Bestia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE EYE CREATURES (1965/AIP.) 80mins.
Credits: Dir. & Prod: Larry Buchanan; Sc: Robert Gurney Jnr. & Al Martin.
Cast: John Ashley, Cynthia Hall, Warren Hammack, Chet Davis, Bill Peck.
Multi-eyed aliens kill people in an American town.
A gory version of Invasion of the Saucermen.

EYE OF THE CAT (1969/Universal/Schenck) 102mins. US.
Credits: Dir: David Lowell Rich; Prod: Bernard Schwartz & Phillip Hazelton; Ex.Prod: Leslie Stevens; Sc: Joseph Stefano; Ph: Russell Metty & Ellsworth Fredricks; Ed: J. Terry Williams; Art: Alexander Golitzn & William D. DeCinces; Cat Trainer: Ray Berwick; Mus: Lalo Schifrin.
Cast: Michael Sarrazin, Gayle Hunnicutt, Laurence Naismith, Tim Henry, Eleanor Parker, Jennifer Leak, Linden Chiles, Mark Herron, Annabelle Garth.
"Terror that tears the scream right out of your throat!"
An old lady, (Parker), collapses at the hairdressers where a beautician named Kassia, (Hunnicutt), knows that the woman is exceedingly wealthy and that she also suffers from a lung disease. The girl collaborates with the old lady's nephew, Wylie, (Sarrazin), who has a morbid fear of cats, to try and kill her, but despite several attempts, the cats that the rich lady owns continually hinder their plans.
Although written by the scriptwriter of Psycho, the poor dialogue and an unrewarding conclusion mars what few good touches the film manages.
New scenes were added for television network broadcast to make the film "less intense".

EYE OF THE DEVIL (1966/MGM./Filmways) 92mins. BW. UK.
Aka: 13.
Credits: Dir: J. Lee Thompson; Prod: John Calley & Martin Ransohoff; Ex.Prod: Ben Kadish; Sc: Robin Estridge & Dennis Murphy; Ph: Erwin Hillier; Ed: Ernest Walter; Art: Elliot Scott; Mus: Gary McFarland. From the novel "Day of the Arrow" by Philip Lorraine.
Cast: Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Donald Pleasence, Edward Mulhare, Flora Robson, Emlyn Williams, Sharon Tate, David Hemmings, John Le Mesurier, Michael Miller, Donald Bisset, Pauline Letts, Robert Duncan, Suky Appleby.
Wealthy vineyard owner, the Marquis de Bellac, (Niven), is summoned to the region of his birth when the vines have failed. There he has to fulfil a mysterious family destiny that ultimately leads to his own sacrifice at the hands of the village cult. When his wife, (Kerr), unexpectedly arrives with his two children, (Appleby & Duncan), they discover that the entire male line of the family have all ended their days in a similar fashion. His wife tries to save him, but everyone she turns to is part of the strange cult led by a sinister priest, (Pleasence). Tied by the constraints of religious tradition, the owner is shot with an arrow leaving his son as sole heir to the vineyards.
A stylish art film that loses most of the possibilities of brooding terror to a predictable production that was hampered by crew changes. Other directors who were responsible for different stages of the film include Sidney J. Furie, Arthur Hiller and Michael Anderson.
Partially filmed in the Bordeaux region of France.

THE EYES OF ANNIE JONES (1964) UK/US.
Credits: Dir: Reginald LeBorg.
Cast: Richard Conte, Francesca Annis, Joyce Carey.
A sleepwalking girl with ESP. mumbles continuously in her sleep and reveals a murder plot.

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EYES OF EVIL (1960) see Die Tausend Augen des Dr. Mabuse

EYES OF HELL (1961) see The Mask

EYES WITHOUT A FACE (1959) see Les Yeux Sans Visage

 

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