Herk Harvey


Herk Harvey made his mark in the world of entertainment when he acted in the Candace Hilligoss horror flick "Carnival of Souls" (1962).

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Carnival Of Souls (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Want To Drag? On location in Lawrence, Kansas, industrial film-maker Herk Harvey opens his one-off arty horror feature with locals, emphasis on blonde Mary (Candace Hilligoss) on the passenger side, in a drag race over a long-since replaced bridge on the Kaw River, in Carnival Of Souls, 1962.
Carnival Of Souls (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Salt Water Bathing Now certain that something’s going on, especially with a strange man (played by the director, Herk Harvey) who keeps appearing only to her, church organist and car-crash survivor Mary (Candace Hilligoss) visits an abandoned amusement park near her new Utah home, in Carnival Of Souls, 1962.
Carnival Of Souls (1962) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Never Coming Back The day after she strangely survived a crash in which two of her friends drowned, Mary (Candace Hilligoss) returns to the Kansas bridge where it happened, then some exposition with the manager (Tom McGinnis) of the organ factory where she evidently studied, in Carnival Of Souls, 1962.
Carnival Of Souls (1962) -- (Movie Clip) What's The Matter With Everyone? Getting comfortable despite some strange events, church organist Mary (Candace Hilligoss), who survived an apparently fatal car crash days before, shops for a dress in a Utah department store, in the widely admired indy-horror feature by industrial film director Herk Harvey, Carnival Of Souls, 1962.
Carnival Of Souls (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Welcome To Utah We’ve learned that Mary (Candace Hilligoss), who mysteriously survived a car crash in which her friends drowned, is leaving Kansas for a new job as a church organist in Utah, experiencing her first weird events before meeting the gas station man (Dan Palmquist), in Carnival Of Souls, 1962.