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|Named Person:||Vincent Price|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Vincent Price; Roger Corman; Richard Matheson; Peter Lorre; Basil Rathbone; Robert E Kent; Sidney Salkow; Sebastian Cabot; Robert Fuest; James Whiton; William Goldstein; Louis M Heyward; Ronald S Dunas; Joseph Cotten; Robert Blees; Robert Quarry; Peter Cushing; Terry-Thomas; Douglas Hickox; John Kohn; Stanley Mann; Anthony Greville-Bell; Diana Rigg; Ian Hendry; James Clark; Milton Subotsky; Max J Rosenberg; Greg Morrison; Ken Levison; Michael Reeves; Philip Waddilove; Tom Baker; Ian Ogilvy; Rupert Davies; Wilfrid Brambell; Hilary Dwyer; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.; American International Pictures (Firm); United Artists Corporation.; Amicus Film Productions.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
|Language Note:||English, Spanish and French subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
Some films include Spanish and French audio tracks.
|Cast:||Tales of terror: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone, Debra Paget, Joyce Jameson.
Twice told tales: Vincent Price, Sebastian Cabot, Brett Halsey, Beverly Garland, Richard Dening, Joyce Taylor.
The abominable Dr. Phibes: Vincent Price, Joseph Cotten, Hugh Griffith, Terry-Thomas, Virginia North.
Dr. Phibes rises again: Vincent Price, Robert Quarry, Peter Cushing, Beryl Reid, Terry-Thomas.
Theater of blood: Vincent Price, Diana Rigg, Ian Hendry.
Madhouse: Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, Robert Quarry.
Witchfinder General: Vincent Price, Ian Ogilvy, Rupert Davies, Wilfred Brambell, Hilary Dwyer.
|Description:||5 videodiscs (741 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; NTSC, region 1; Dolby Digital, mono. and stereo.; widescreen; double sided single layer (discs 1-3) and dual layer (discs 4-5).|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Tales of terror / an American International picture ; screenplay by Richard Matheson ; produced and directed by Roger Corman (1962 ; 89 min. ; not rated) --
Twice told tales / United Artists Films ; written for the screen and produced by Robert E. Kent ; directed by Sidney Salkow (1963 ; 120 min. ; not rated). Disc 2. The abominable Dr. Phibes / an American International picture ; written by James Whiton and William Goldstein ; produced by Louis M. Heyward and Ronald S. Dunas ; directed by Robert Fuest (1971 ; 95 min. ; rated PG-13) --
Dr. Phibes rises again / an American International picture ; written by Robert Fuest and Robert Blees ; produced by Louis M. Heyward ; directed by Robert Fuest (1972 ; 89 min. ; rated PG). Disc 3. Theater of blood / United Artists ; produced by John Kohn and Stanley Mann ; screenplay by Anthony Greville-Bell ; directed by Douglas Hickox (1973 ; 104 min. ; rated R) --
Madhouse / an American International-Amicus co-production ; screenplay by Greg Morrison and Ken Levison ; produced by Milton Subotsky and Max Rosenberg ; directed by James Clark (1974 ; 91 min. ; rated PG). Disc 4. Witchfinder General / an American International release ; produced by Louis M. Heyward, Philip Waddilove, Arnold Miller ; screenplay by Michael Reeves and Tom Baker ; directed by Michael Reeves (1968 ; 87 min. ; not rated). Disc 5. Vincent Price collection disc of horrors. Vincent Price: renaissance man --
The art of fear --
Working with Vincent Price.
|Other Titles:||MGM scream legends collection|
Twice told tales: based on three stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne. In "Dr. Heidegger's experiment," the doctor attempts to restore youth to three of his elderly friends. In "Rappaccini's daughter" a demented father inoculates his daughter with poison so that she may never leave her garden of poisonous plants. And in "House of the Seven Gables," the Pyncheon family suffers from a hundred year old curse.
The abominable Dr. Phibes: after a team of surgeons botches his beloved wife's operation, the distraught Dr. Phibes seeks revenge by unleashing a series of Old Testament plagues on his enemies.
Dr. Phibes rises again: Dr Phibes awakens from a decade of suspended animation and heads to Egypt with the corpse of his dead wife, which he intends to resurrect by murdering people in strange ways.
Theater of blood: an egotistical actor exacts revenge on theater critics who denied him an important award by killing them in Shakespearian fashion.
Madhouse: after the grisly murder of his fiancée, horror movie actor Paul Toombes suffers a breakdown. When he returns to television some twelve years later, he finds the cast and crew are being murdered in the same manner as characters in his old movies. Based on the novel "Devilday" by Angus Hall.
Witchfinder General: during the Middle Ages, a self-proclaimed "witchfinder" goes from town to town, offering his services to superstitious villagers who pay him to wrench confessions from innocent women. Based on the novel by Ronald Bassett, an adaptation of "The conqueror worm" by Edgar Allan Poe.