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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)
Albert Carrier ...
Philippe Jussard (archive footage)
Tony Travis ...
Dr. Angelo Marcabienti (archive footage)
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Maria (the housekeeper) (archive footage)
Elvira Curci ...
Mama Bianchi (archive footage)
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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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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 »

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Boris Karloff Was the Best
7 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a 1958 TV Series which I seemed to have missed and I must say the so-called Five(5) Spine Tingling Episodes: "Vision of Crime", "Girl On the Road","Jack The Ripper", "Summer Heat",'and" Return of Madam" were big disappointments. In some of these Episodes, Boris Karloff gives some minor performances which definitely spark your interest by his facial expressions and faces of evil which he so greatly performed for many many years. It is quite clear that having Karloff hosts these brief stories, it caused people to take an interest in viewing them on TV. In one of the stories, George Hamilton was very young and had a very brief role to perform. This is still a Classic film made in 1958 and ten years later, Boris Karloff passed away to the Higher Stage in the real Spiritual World.


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