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Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice? (23-Jul-1969)

Director: Lee H. Katzin

Writer: Theodore Apstein

From novel: The Forbidden Garden by Ursula Curtiss

Music by: Gerald Fried

Producer: Robert Aldrich

Keywords: Horror

A woman whose husband has just died finds herself penniless but wanting to maintain the lifestyle to which she has become accustomed. She hires a series of housekeepers, appropriating their savings and finding new employment for them as mulch in her garden. Geraldine Page is outstanding in this "hag horror" offering.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Bannon
Actor
14-Jun-1940   Art Donovan on Lou Grant
Peter Bonerz
Film Director
6-Aug-1938   Sitcom and film director
Mildred Dunnock
Actor
25-Jan-1901 5-Jul-1991 Death of a Salesman
Rosemary Forsyth
Actor
6-Jul-1943   The War Lord
Robert Fuller
Actor
29-Jul-1933   Emergency!
Ruth Gordon
Actor
30-Oct-1896 28-Aug-1985 Rosemary's Baby
Geraldine Page
Actor
22-Nov-1924 13-Jun-1987 Toys in the Attic

CAST

starring
Geraldine Page   ...   Mrs. Marrable
Ruth Gordon   ...   Mrs. Dimmock
Rosemary Forsyth   ...   Harriet Vaughn
Robert Fuller   ...   Mike Darrah
and
Mildred Dunnock   ...   Miss Tinsley
with
Joan Huntington   ...   Julia Lawson
Peter Brandon   ...   George Lawson
Michael Barbera   ...   Jim Vaughn
Peter Bonerz   ...   Mr. Bentley
Featuring
Richard Angarola   ...   Sheriff Armijo
Claire Kelly   ...   Elva
Valerie Allen   ...   Dottie
Martin Garralaga   ...   Juan
Jack Bannon   ...   Olin
Seth Riggs   ...   Warren
Lou Kane   ...   Telephone Man
Spike   ...   Chloe
Howard Wright   ...   Mourner

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