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Murders in the Rue Morgue (Sep-1971)

Director: Gordon Hessler

Writers: Christopher Wicking; Henry Slesar

From short story: The Murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe

Music Composed and Conducted by: Waldo de los Rios

Producer: Louis M. Heyward

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adolfo Celi
27-Jul-1922 19-Feb-1986 And Then There Were None
Michael Dunn
20-Oct-1934 30-Aug-1973 Dr. Miguelito Loveless
Christine Kaufmann
11-Jan-1945   The Last Days of Pompeii
Herbert Lom
11-Sep-1917 27-Sep-2012 Chief Inspector Dreyfus
Lilli Palmer
24-May-1914 27-Jan-1986 The Four Poster
Jason Robards
26-Jul-1922 26-Dec-2000 All The President's Men


Jason Robards   ...   Cesar Charron
Herbert Lom   ...   Rene Marot
Christine Kaufmann   ...   Madeleine Charron
Adolfo Celi   ...   Insp. Vidocq
Maria Perschy   ...   Genevre
also starring
Michael Dunn   ...   Pierre Triboulet
Lilli Palmer   ...   Madeleine's Mother
Peter Arne   ...   Aubert
Rosalind Elliot   ...   Gabrielle
Marshall Jones   ...   Luigi Orsini
Maria Martin   ...   Madame Adolphe
Ruth Plattes   ...   Orsini's Assistant
Xan das Bolas   ...   Orsini's Assistant
Members of Repertory Company
Rafael Hernandez   ...   Repertory Company
Pamela McInnes   ...   Repertory Company
Sally Longley   ...   Repertory Company
Luis Rivera   ...   Repertory Company
Dean Selmier   ...   Repertory Company
Virginia Stach   ...   Repertory Company
Werner Umberg   ...   Repertory Company


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