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Monday, February 4, 2013

Hammer film rarities - What the Butler Saw, Shadow of the Cat, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors





What the Butler Saw (1950)

A 1950s British comedy film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Edward Rigby, Henry Mollison and Mercy Haystead.

A native princess arrives at an English country house. The butler is her lover; confusion and chaos ensue.

It was made by Hammer Films.

Shadow of the Cat (1961)

Stare Into These Eyes If You Dare!"
Tabitha, once the placid, gentle and devoted pet, adopts all the characteristics of a ferocious, wild animal following the murder of her mistress. The three guilty people are all trapped by the cat's power and each will come to untimely deaths of horrific proportions without anyone being able to solve the mystery that surrounds their brutal death.

Principal Photography: 14 November - 21 December 1960
UK Release: 1 May 1961
US Release: 7 June 1961

On-screen production titles credit this as a BHP Film, causing much confusion and debate amongst Hammer fans regarding the film's status. Shadow of the Cat & What the Butler Saw are Hammer film but do not give an on-screen acknowledgementof the fact.

...on 1 DVD

Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Max Adrian, Ann Bell, Peter Madden & Donald Sutherland

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors is a portmanteau film consisting of five stories within a frame story. Five men enter a train carriage in London bound for Bradley, and are joined by a sixth, the mysterious Doctor Schreck (Peter Cushing wearing a beard and false eyebrows). Schreck is the German word for terror, hence the title of the film. It also recalls Max Schreck, the actor who played the title role in the 1922 vampire classic Nosferatu. During the journey, the doctor opens his pack of Tarot cards and proceeds to reveal the destinies of each of the travellers. This provides the framework to tell five horror stories.

Directed by Freddie Francis
Produced by Max Rosenberg, Milton Subotsky

...on 1 DVD

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