Horror!!! (1964)

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Credited cast:
Boris Karloff ... Himself
Christopher Lee ... Himself
Roy Ashton Roy Ashton ... Himself
Roger Corman ... Himself
Vincent Price ... Himself
Kiwi Kingston ... Himself
Katy Wild ... Herself
Prudence Hyman Prudence Hyman ... Herself
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Madge Bellamy ... (archive footage)
Helen Chandler ... (archive footage)
Peter Cushing ... (archive footage)
Marie Devereux Marie Devereux ... (archive footage)
Clifford Evans ... (archive footage)
Bela Lugosi ... (archive footage)
Andree Melly ... (archive footage)
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in french

Country:

Switzerland

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French | English

Release Date:

2 January 1964 (Switzerland) See more »

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Interesting Film
22 September 2017 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Horror (1964)

*** (out of 4)

This here was made for French television and features interviews with the likes of Boris Karloff, Roger Corman, Christopher Lee and several others. I have to state that I watched this twenty-minute film in French without any English subtitles so I really can't tell you what was being said or discussed. The interview with Karloff has him speaking English and the French narration stopped at times to where you can hear the horror legend talking about his work with Jack Pierce. As far as the other stuff, it was hard for me to make out what was being said but as a horror fan this still kept me entertained. There are some great photographs shown as well as some clips from the movies. Obviously this was meant to show off the love for the genre and even though I couldn't understand what was being said it really didn't keep me any less entertained. It's strange, even through the narration you could just feel the love for the genre.


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