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House On Haunted Hill (1958) - Food And Drink And Ghosts Leave it to horror impresario William Castle to start with nothing, then screams, then Elisha Cook and Vincent Price introducing the scenario, in House On Haunted Hill, 1958, shot at the Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House in L-A and featuring Castle's low-rent "Emergo" in-theater gimmick.
House On Haunted Hill (1958) - Just Leaves The Bones Pritchard (Elisha Cook) leads the tour of his haunted family home where spooky millionaire Loren (Vincent Price) is paying guests (Alan Marshal, Julie Mitchum, Richard Long, Carolyn Craig) $10,000 each to spend the night, in horror entrepreneur William Castle's House On Haunted Hill, 1958.
House On Haunted Hill (1958) - Arsenic On The Rocks Already playing tricks on his guests, each paid $10,000 to spend the night in a haunted house, nutty Loren (Vincent Price) visits wife Annabelle (Carol Ohmart), for whom he claims to be throwing this party, in low-budget horror innovator William Castle's House On Haunted Hill, 1958.
Macabre (1958) - Now She's With The Dead Nurse Polly (Jacqueline Scott), with the nanny (Ellen Corby), takes a call which turns out to be about the possibly-missing young daughter of doctor Rod (William Prince), who returns from searching, then has trouble getting the story from her, in horror-monger William Castle’s Macabre, 1958.
Tingler, The (1959) - Scream For Your Lives! The big scene in which producer-director William Castle's secret seat-buzzers went off, as Vincent Price (as "Chapin") rescues movie-goers and a placid projectionist (Dal McKennon) in The Tingler, 1959.
Tingler, The (1959) - Open, Physical Reactions Producer-director William Castle digs into his shameless groove introducing The Tingler, 1959, starring Vincent Price, in which tiny vibrators were planted in the seats of lucky patrons.
Macabre (1958) - Her Own World Of Darkness Doctor Rod (William Prince) and nurse Polly (Jacqueline Scott) search for his daughter, thought buried alive, when they’re caught, then meet the father (Philip Tonge) of his late wife, who recalls his other daughter (Dorothy Morris), who was to be buried that night, Jim Backus the cop, in Macabre, 1958.
Macabre (1958) - For The Next Hour And Fifteen Minutes Notorious horror impresario William Castle opens his first independent feature with his first gimmick, then grim exposition featuring Jim Backus as the police chief, Jonathan Kidd as the undertaker Ed, and William Prince as troubled Dr. Barrett, in Macabre, 1958.
13 Ghosts - Ghosts Exploring his newly inherited home, scientist Cyrus (Donald Woods), packing his dead uncle's "ghost viewer" glasses, comes away pretty sure the place is haunted, in producer/director William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
13 Ghosts - Opening Credits The unorthodox opening credit sequence for producer/director William Castle's 1960 family-oriented thriller 13 Ghosts.
Up Periscope (1959) - You Don't Get Captured Frogman Braden (James Garner), meeting with Lt. Carney (Carleton Carpenter) and his new commander Stevenson (Edmond O'Brien), gets details of his mission, in Up Periscope, 1959.
Up Periscope (1959) - On Account Of The Girl Braden (James Garner), summoned to Pearl Harbor from training in California, finds out the nurse he fell for was a Navy intelligence officer, and Stevenson (Edmond O'Brien) learns a sailor has died, in Up Periscope, 1959.

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