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The City of the Dead

A college student, Nan Barlow is researching the history of witchcraft. Taunted by her brother and fiancé, who have voiced their concern over her silly notions, Nan arms herself with resolve and drives into the small New England village of Whitewood. She is glad that at least she was able to count on the support of her professor. A bit anxious but consumed with curiosity, she will soon embark herself on the journey of her life!

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About This Film
Overview

“This classic of British horror has been painstakingly restored by VCI (with the cooperation of the British Film Institute) and is now complete and uncut; including more than 2 minutes of additional footage, which had been cut from the U.S. version, titled HORROR HOTEL. This also marks the first time ever this uncut version has been seen on video with its original title. THE CITY OF THE DEAD is an extraordinarily good chiller scripted by George Baxt, which still has the power to frighten fans of the horror genre.” A college student, Nan Barlow is researching the history of witchcraft. Taunted by her brother and fiancé, who have voiced their concern over her silly notions, Nan arms herself with resolve and drives into the small New England village of Whitewood. She is glad that at least she was able to count on the support of her professor. A bit anxious but consumed with curiosity, she will soon embark herself on the journey of her life! Introducing: VENETIA STEVENSON.

1960 | 78 min | B&W | 1.66:1 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR

Special Features:

  • Original British Version with over 2 minutes of footage not found in the American HORROR HOTEL version
  • Feature length Commentary with actor Christopher Lee
  • 45-minute Interview with Christopher Lee
  • Interview with Venetia Stevenson
  • Interview and Commentary by Director John Moxey
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Photo Gallery
  • Cast Bios

Actors

Christopher Lee, Venetia Stevenson, Dennis Lotis, Betta St John, Patricia Jessel

Directed by

John Moxey

“The City of the Dead”

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