The Horror of It All (1963) Movie Details

The Horror of It All
English
Terence Fisher
Douglas Gamley
Lippert Pictures
(India)
1 hr 15 mins
5.2/10
Rating: 5.2/10 from 95 users

The Horror of It All Movie Cast

Pat Boone
as John J. 'Jack' Robinson
Erica Rogers
as Cynthia Marley
Dennis Price
as Cornwallis Marley
Valentine Dyall
as Reginald Marley
Andree Melly
as Natalia Marley
Jack Bligh
Jack Bligh as Percival Marley

The Horror of It All Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Ray Russell
Original Music Composer :
Producer : Margia Dean
Executive Producer : Robert L. Lippert
Director of Photography : Arthur Lavis

The Horror of It All International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-01-1963
India
01-01-1963

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In this dark comedy, a Yankee goes to visit a family of British eccentrics to ask for the hand of one of their daughters in marriage. He soon finds himself in the midst of a really odd family. One of them talks like Bela Lugosi, another believes herself to be a vampire, while a third is locked away in a padded cell. Another family member is thrilled when he finally invents a horseless carriage (50 years after Ford), and the family grandfather is found reading Playboy just before he dies. Trouble begins when members of the family begin to be mysteriously murdered. The American suitor must then discover which member of the strange family is in line to inherit the family fortune.

The Horror of It All

The Horror of It All is a 1963 English Film stars Pat Boone , Terence Fisher , Ray Russell , Douglas Gamley , Margia Dean , Robert L. Lippert , Erica Rogers , Dennis Price , Valentine Dyall , Andree Melly , Jack Bligh , Arthur Lavis , directed by Terence Fisher & music by Douglas Gamley.