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Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of mystery & imagination

Author: Hugh WhysallTerry DempseyJames RyanBill HaysDejan ŠorakAll authors
Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : Distributed by American Home Treasures, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Full screenView all editions and formats
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Distinctively full of untimely deaths, loss, mutilation, fear claustrophobia, agony and revenge, Poe's nightmarish vision and tortured soul vividly emerge in these dramatizations.
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Genre/Form: Television serials
Horror television programs
Television programs
Television adaptations
Television series
Horror
Adaptation
Drama
Film adaptations
Adaptations
Named Person: Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Whysall; Terry Dempsey; James Ryan; Bill Hays; Dejan Šorak; Rod Stewart; Neil Hetherington; Christopher Lee; Jeremy Crutchley; Graham Hopkins; Kruno Simon; Patrick Ryecort; Barbara Roko; Jerome Willis; Moray Watson; Bozidar Alic; Slobodan Dimitrijević; Susan George; Michael McGovern; Angela Crow; Janine Eser; Tony Caprari; Dorette Nel; Freddie Jones; Bill Simon; Catherine Schell; Paul Slobolepizy; Sean Taylor; Joanna Weinberg, (Actress); Michael McCabe; Neil McCarthy; John Hussey; Robert Whitehead; Camilla Waldman; John Lesley; Danny Keogh; Alan Granville; Graham Armitage; Ian Patton; Edgar Allan Poe; Indigo Film & Television (Firm); Dark Film Productions (Firm); Jadran Film.; American Home Treasures, Inc.
ISBN: 077925757X 9780779257577
OCLC Number: 71787410
Notes: Based on the book "Tales of mystery and imagination."
Originally broadcast on television in 1995.
Contains all 13 episodes from the series.
Cast: The fall of the house of Usher: Jeremy Crutchley, Graham Hopkins, Kruno Simon ; The oval portrait: Patrick Ryecort, Barbara Roko, Jerome Willis ; Berenice: Moray Watson, Bozidar Alic, Slobodan Dimitrijevic ; The black cat: Susan George, Michael McGovern, Angela Crow ; Ligeia: Janine Eser, Tony Caprari, Dorette Nel ; The cask of Amontillado: Freddie Jones, Bill Simon, Catherine Schell ; Mr. Valdemar: Paul Slobolepizy, Sean Taylor, Joanna Weinberg ; The tell-tale heart: Michael McCabe, Neil McCarthy, John Hussey ; Morella: Robert Whitehead, Camilla Waldman, John Lesley ; The pit and the pendulum: Danny Keogh, Alan Granville ; The masque of the red death, part 1 & part 2: Christopher Lee, Graham Armitage, Ian Patton.
Performer(s): Host, Christopher Lee.
Description: 4 videodiscs (330 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital, single sided.
Contents: Disc 1: The fall of the house of Usher ; The oval portrait ; Berenice --
Disc 2: The black cat ; Ligeia ; The cask of Amontillado --
Disc 3: Mr. Valdemar ; The tell-tale heart ; Morella --
Disc 4: The pit and the pendulum ; The masque of the red death, part 1 ; The masque of the red death, part 2 ; Bonus program: "Biographical portrait of Edgar Allan Poe."
Other Titles: Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of mystery and imagination
Tales of mystery & imagination
Tales of mystery and imagination
Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of mystery & imagination (Television program)
Responsibility: Indigo Film & Television ; a Dark Film Productions in association with Jadran Film Zagreb ; adapted and written for television by Hugh Whysall ; producer, Terry Dempsey ; directed by James Ryan, Bill Hays, Dejan Sorak, Rod Stewart, Hugh Whysall, Neil Hetherington.

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Distinctively full of untimely deaths, loss, mutilation, fear claustrophobia, agony and revenge, Poe's nightmarish vision and tortured soul vividly emerge in these dramatizations.

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