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The Spaniard's Curse (1958)

Unrated  |   |  Thriller  |  June 1958 (UK)
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A convicted murderer uses an ancient curse to take his revenge on those responsible for sending him to prison.



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Cast overview:
Tony Wright ...
Charlie Manton
Lee Patterson ...
Mark Brett
Judge Manton
Susan Beaumont ...
Margaret Manton
Ralph Truman ...
Sir Robert Wyvern
Henry Oscar ...
Mr. Fredericks
Brian Oulton ...
Frank Porter
Olga Dickie ...
Roddy Hughes ...
Arthur Jody
Joe Gibbons ...
Evelyn Roberts ...
Captain Judkin
Jessica Cairns ...
Constance Fraser ...
Mrs. Brooks


A convicted murderer uses an ancient curse to take his revenge on those responsible for sending him to prison.

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Fear at her heels as a dead man strikes back!




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June 1958 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Kuolemaantuomitun kirous  »

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Dreaming of the Days Gone By
Music by Lambert Williamson
Lyrics by Geoffrey Parsons
Sung by Joan Regan
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7 August 2004 | by (Aylesbury, England) – See all my reviews

'The Spaniard's Curse' is no masterpiece, its an easily forgotten 'thriller' with an unbelievable plot and no real pace but despite this i still love it.

It is lovable in its stupidity without realisation much like my passion for Bollywood films with their over the top zoom-ins and backlit beauties with hair blowing in the wind. 'The Spandiard's Curse' presents an over-the-top London where all people either speak the Queen's English or Cockney Ryhming Slang, a world where a ancient curse can be used to murder people and a world where people can seriously wear a bathrobe with a cravat.

There are also a few moments of genuine quality here, I like the scene where the murderer runs through how 'the murderer' would have done the crime - a stunning moment of good performance - stunning because for a brief moment you realize this guy can act and really should be doing something better. I also like the ending because it certainly is surprising and actually gives the film a kind of resonance it was otherwise lacking.

Overall a great film that you really must see to understand its appeal.

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