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Curse of the Demon (17-Dec-1957)

Original Title: Night of the Demon

Director: Jacques Tourneur

Writers: Charles Bennett; Hal E. Chester

From story: Casting the Runes by Montague R. James

Music Composed by: Clifton Parker

Producer: Hal E. Chester

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Reginald Beckwith
Actor
2-Nov-1908 26-Jun-1965 The Million Pound Note
Peggy Cummins
Actor
18-Dec-1925   Deadly Is the Female
Percy Herbert
Actor
31-Jul-1920 6-Dec-1992 The Bridge on the River Kwai
Niall MacGinnis
Actor
29-Mar-1913 6-Jan-1977 49th Parallel
Liam Redmond
Actor
27-Jul-1913 28-Oct-1989 Irish stage and film actor
Brian Wilde
Actor
13-Jun-1927 20-Mar-2008 Foggy on Last of the Summer Wine

CAST

Dana Andrews   ...   John Holden
Also Starring
Peggy Cummins   ...   Joanna Harrington
with
Niall MacGinnis   ...   Dr. Karswell
Maurice Denham   ...   Prof. Harrington
Athene Seyler   ...   Mrs. Karswell
Liam Redmond   ...   Mark O'Brien
Reginald Beckwith   ...   Mr. Meek
Ewan Roberts   ...   Lloyd Williamson
Peter Elliott   ...   Kumar
Rosamund Greenwood   ...   Mrs. Meek
Brian Wilde   ...   Rand Hobart
Richard Leech   ...   Insp. Mottram
Lloyd Lamble   ...   Det. Simmons
Peter Hobbes   ...   Superintendent
Charles Lloyd-Pack   ...   Chemist
John Salew   ...   Librarian
Janet Barrow   ...   Mrs. Hobart
Percy Herbert   ...   Farmer
Lynn Tracy   ...   Air Hostess

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