Gorgon, The (1964) - (Movie Clip) We Are Men Of Science
Increasingly emotional assistant Carla (Barbara Shelley) cant see why doctor Namaroff (Peter Cushing) wont discuss the spooky Greek-myth angle (i.e. corpses turned to stone) on the local murders, then a victims father (Michael Goodliffe), a former colleague, presses a similar point, in Hammer Films The Gorgon, 1964.
Gorgon, The - (Original Trailer)
Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee battle the mythical creature that turns men into stone in Hammer Films' The Gorgon (1964).
Gorgon, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) They're Bringing The Body In Now
After the murder of an artists model in some Carpathian forest, we meet Peter Cushing as the local scientist-doctor, Barbara Shelley his assistant, Patrick Troughton the policeman, and Jack Watson as Ratoff, then the weird discovery, early in Hammer Films The Gorgon, 1964.
Gorgon, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) She Pounced On Me
Immediately following the opening supernatural killing, the introduction of Namaroff (Peter Cushing), assistant Carla (Barbara Shelley), policeman Kanof (Patrick Troughton) and a sample of the monster's talent, in The Gorgon, 1965, directed by Terence Fisher for Hammer Films.
Gorgon, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Professor Meister
Already more than a minute into his solo spooky sequence, Professor Meister (Christopher Lee), come to town to clear his murdered son's name, is lured to the "Castle Borski," where he meets the beast, all atmosphere and no dialogue, in Hammer Films' The Gorgon, 1965.
Gorgon, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) It's Not A Pretty Sight
His hair turned gray after his encounter with the title monster (whose dead victims turn to stone), Heitz (Richard Pasco) receives his mentor and family friend Meister (Christopher Lee) from Leipzig, while Namaroff (Peter Cushing) slices up an ex-patient, with his still-more remote assistant Carla (Barbara Shelley), in Hammer Films The Gorgon, 1964.