Black Sabbath (1964) U.S. Trailer
Trailer for the substantially re-worked American release by American International Pictures of Italian director Mario Bava's eventually-acclaimed horror anthology, Black Sabbath, 1964, featuring Boris Karloff.
Black Sabbath (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Il Wurdalak
Following the Boris Karloff introduction of the third episode in the Italian anthology, invoking eastern Europe and vampires, director Mario Bava finds American actor Mark Damon as Count Vladimir making nasty discoveries in the countryside, in Black Sabbath, 1964.
Black Sabbath (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Come Closer
One might do this with another actor but never with the same result, Mario Bava directs Boris Karloff addressing the audience introducing the first episode, titled A Drop Of Water, in the internationally successful Italian-made horror anthology, Black Sabbath, 1964.
Black Sabbath (1964) -- (Movie Clip) We Can Say All We Like About Ghosts
Boris Karloff returns for the introduction of the second story, called The Telephone, in the American release of director Mario Bavas Italian-made horror anthology, Michele Mercier as Rosy who is, well learn, a busy prostitute, in Black Sabbath, 1964.
Black Sabbath (1964) -- (Movie Clip) A Drop Of Water
Immediately following the Boris Karloff introduction, director Mario Bava gets a lot done in just two shots, introducing French actress Jacqueline Pierreux as nurse Helen in the first episode in the Italian horror anthology Black Sabbath, 1964.