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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sgt. Chester Willmore / Dr. Carlo Marcabienti / Andre Giraud / Dr. Francis Mason (archive footage)
Booth Colman ...
Edmond Vallier (archive footage)
Roxane Berard ...
Marie Montcourt (archive footage)
Leo Penn ...
Charles Montcourt (archive footage)
Philippe Jussard (archive footage)
Tony Travis ...
Dr. Angelo Marcabienti (archive footage)
Maria (the housekeeper) (archive footage)
Elvira Curci ...
Mama Bianchi (archive footage)
Papa Bianchi (archive footage)
Bruno Della Santina ...
Giuseppe (the gardener) (archive footage)
Inez Palange ...
Grandmother (archive footage)
Dominica Hauser ...
Neighbor (archive footage)
Domenick Delgarde ...
Tony Bianchi (archive footage)
Lauren Perreau ...
Francesca Bianchi (archive footage) (as Laurie Perreau)
Harry Bartell ...
Edward Paige (archive footage)


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Release Date:

September 1958 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Comprised of four episodes from the unsold TV series The Veil (1958) - "The Crystal Ball," "The Doctor," "Summer Heat," and "Vision of Crime." See more »


Edited from The Veil (1958) See more »

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Karloff Comes Home
25 July 2002 | by (Staffordshire, England) – See all my reviews

This gem of a TV movie has the Boris Karloff stamp all over it and together with usual atmospheric lighting and production bestowed upon a British TV thriller it makes for compelling viewing. It is nice to see that after a long and successful film career in the US that Mr Karloff decided to return to the land of his birth and make not only this film, but also others like 'Curse Of The Crimson Altar' which were shown on the big screen in the late Sixties and which are now shown regularly in Britain on television.

His performance in 'The Veil' is up to his usual standard. What is particularly interesting is the many characters he plays in this film. He tackles them all - the weird, the wise and the perfectly normal. Robert Hardy too should get a mention for an early performance which showed the promise of what was to come in British television. By the way the year is either 1963 or 1964. I used to know but cannot be sure, now.

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