After narrowly surviving an accident in which she nearly drowned, the wheelchair bound Penny Appleby returns home to live with her widowed step-mother Jane on the French Riviera. She begins to question her sanity after several times seeing her father's corpse around the house and its grounds, and enlists the help of the friendly chauffeur Bob while attending Doctor Gerrard acts in a suitably sinister manner. No one is who they seem in this tale of intrigue and suspense. Written by
For maximum thrill . . . we earnestly urge you to see this motion picture from the start!
Did You Know?
In 'The Films of Christopher Lee
' the actor is on record as saying. "In my opinion, the best film Hammer ever made." He added that Seth Holt
was ... one of the best directors Britain ever had." See more
When Bob is first driving Penny from the airport, the view out of the back window of the car shows that he is clearly driving into oncoming traffic. The other cars going in his direction are on the other side of the median and the cars in the lanes next to him are going in the opposite direction from him. See more
[to Dr. Gerrard
You say my mind is affecting my legs. You're wrong. It's my legs that are affecting my mind.