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Dr. John Markway (Character)
from The Haunting (1963)

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The Haunting -- Dr. Markway, doing research to prove the existence of ghosts, investigates Hill House, a large, eerie mansion with a lurid history of violent death and insanity...

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Dr. David Marrow

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  1. The Haunting (1999) Played by Liam Neeson (as Dr. David Marrow)
    ... aka "La maldición" - USA (Spanish title)

  2. The Haunting (1963) Played by Richard Johnson

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From The Haunting (1999)
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: This house, who built it? Who lived here?
Dr. David Marrow: Well actually that makes a very good bedtime story. Once upon a time, there was a king who built a castle. His name was Hugh Crain. 130 years ago, towns like Concord and Manchester were the centre of American industry, that's where Crain made a fortune on the backs of workers in his textile mills. Now this man could have anything he wanted, but what he wanted was another thing. It was a house filled with the laughter of children.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: That's why there are all the carvings.
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