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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.
Brides Of Dracula, The (1960) - We Pray For Death Marianne (Yvonne Monlaur) the visiting French teacher, unaware of the vampire business, doing well not being shocked at how the Baroness (Martita Hunt) treats her maybe-mad son, whom she accidentally saw, whereupon he (David Peel) explains his perspective, in Hammer Films’ The Brides Of Dracula, 1960.
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.
Female (1933) - You Are A Goddess In the just-barely pre-Code Warner Bros./First National potboiler, Ruth Chatterton as auto CEO Allison plucks a prospective boy-toy (Philip Reed) from her staff, then reconsiders, in one of a handful of pictures shot at the famous Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House in LA, in Female, 1933.
Private Potter (1962) - It's Like Having A Rash! Soldier Tom Courtenay (title character), whose scream amid battle cost the life of a colleague, tries to explain to "The Padre" (Ralph Michael) how he saw God, in Private Potter, 1962.
Private Potter (1962) - Is That A Lawful Excuse? Terrific scenes by Eric Thompson (Emma's dad, as "Captain Knowles"), first with accused Tom Courtenay (title character), then with his C-O (James Maxwell), from Private Potter, 1962, directed by Casper Wrede.
Private Potter (1962) - Who Screamed? British commandos hunting terrorists (presumably in post-war Cyprus), Tom Courtenay (title role) loses his cool, chastised by Corporal Lamb (Harry Landis), the key moment in Private Potter, 1962, from Ronald Harwood's screenplay.