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CURSE OF THE UNDEAD; USA, 1959, Horror Western
Topic Started: Dec 12 2006, 05:08 PM (552 Views)
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CURSE OF THE UNDEAD (USA, 1959, Horror Western)
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They had it on TV yesterday, very late indeed, so I missed it (and also didn't record it)...

But I see it's out on NTSC VHS :)

Has any of you seen that vampiric horror western? Does it worth something?
It does according to IMDb but I need your opinion too ;)
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This film looks fantastic. You say it's out on VHS. Not on DVD? Are you sure?
There are some horror boxes at USA with a lot of old horror films.I'll search to see if it's in any of them!
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I saw the film on US TV probably in the early 1970s, and it was OK.

Bruce Gordon, probably best remembered for the US TV series, The Untouchables, was in the cast, and Mr. Gordon gave an interview to Famous Monsters magazine, where he mentioned knowing Boris Karloff when they were both working in theater together.

On the subject of horror Western movies, another one of this rather limited sub genere was Teenage Monster, aka Meteor Monster. It's one I have never seen and would like to see some day.

The Stalking Moon, probably 1968, or so, was another horror type US Western film.

Wonder if there were any Italian Sphagetti Western films with horror movie angles?
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