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The Dunwich Horror (1970) Poster

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The odd symbol that appears again and again - on Wilbur's ring, on his grandfather's staff, in the design on the main floor, etc. - is actually an ancient Native American symbol commonly termed "Thunderbird in sun".
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Two sound-stages were used for Sandra Dee's nude scene to prevent "peeping toms." One sound-stage was used to shoot the scene and the other was used to house the cast not needed in the shot.
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Keir Dullea and David Carradine were on the ideas list for the male lead.
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Peter Fonda turned down the role of Wilbur Whateley.
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Carol Lynley was on the ideas list for the female lead.
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Originally announced as a Mario Bava project in 1963.
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