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The Night Walker(1964)

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  • Night Walkers

    • Helen Arado
    • 8/21/12

    Have been looking to buy this movie, fan of Barbara Stanwyck, is this movie available for sale???

  • The Night Walker

    • Bruce Reber
    • 12/28/11

    I can't remember the last time I saw "The Night Walker", the last time it played on TCM, or if I ever did in fact see it. Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor, two Hollywood legends, star in the twilight of their fabulous careers. Anything directed by William Castle has just gotta be creepy and scary. C'mon TCM, schedule it to air soon.

  • stuck in my mind

    • bud
    • 9/11/11

    am over 50 yrs old and I still want to see this movie. Really scaredme as a kid and I probably wasnt supposed to be up watching it. Justsaw the burned mans face and that IS the movie. It was good andanother one that stuck in my head was Paranoiac but I did see it later on and oh, not so scary anymore. This Night Walker, I thinkit would still be good as I am Stanwyck fan.

  • The Night Walker (1964)

    • Celia Trimboli
    • 12/13/10

    Great spooker. Barbara Stanwyck's husband, in the movie, is enough to give anyone nightmares.

  • Why isn't this on DVD?!

    • Rodale
    • 4/27/10

    First, DO NOT READ THE SYNOPSIS of the movie. If you have no idea what the movie is about, you're going to mesmerized for the next 80 minutes.I go out of my way to watch this scream-a-rama by William Castle whenever it makes a rare television appearance. You would think this movie would be in heavy rotation every Halloween, but sadly no.You get to watch Barbara Stanwyck scream her way throughout this creepy, psychological thriller/whodunit which is amped up by (IMO) Vic Mizzy's finest soundtrack. I guarantee you'll be humming the haunting melody 'hook' for weeks afterwards.Robert Taylor's (Stanwyck's ex-husband in real life) casting for his role was pure genius. Even if you have no idea who William Castle is, this is a 'must have' movie which , unbelievably, has only been released on VHS. (WHY???!!!!)

  • The Night Walker

    • Rosemarie Harding
    • 3/1/10

    I remember this movie when i was around 11 yrs old. It freaked me out! I love this movie....its twists and turns are great for the time....I am disappointed that I cannot purchase this movie.I hope that it comes out on video soon.

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