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Daft but thoroughly enjoyable !
on 10 November 2017
I'm a big fan of Boris Karloff (that voice!), so I thoroughly enjoyed these three episodes of a 1955 TV series woven together into a film. Clunky and creaky, with a just about passable black and white print, it's none the less very entertaining, with a great line-up of supporting actors, including the wonderfully lugubrious Richard Wattis, Joan Sims and a very brief appearance by Marianne Stone. My favourite of the three stories features handsome couple Anthony Forwood and Patricia Owens in a daft but intriguing tale of a house haunted by a pair of murderous gloves. Forwood became the long-term partner of Dirk Bogarde, having previously been married to Glynnis Johns and Owens went on to brief Hollywood fame, playing opposite big stars like Ray Milland and Audie Murphy. Good sound quality, but no subtitles. 70 minutes. Great value for well under a fiver (look carefully at the buying options.)