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Jack the Ripper (1958)

An anthology of horror stories hosted by Boris Karloff.

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Capt. John Elwood / Jonas Atterbury / Dr. Francis Mason (archive footage)
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Judith (archive footage)
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Judge Davis (archive footage)
Mae Bacon ...
Fat woman (archive footage)
Harry Bartell ...
Edward Paige (archive footage)
Russ Bender ...
Calvin Logan (archive footage)
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Constable (archive footage)
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Police Lt. Davis (archive footage)
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Dr. Hatherley (archive footage)
Gene Collins ...
Ralph Kerwin (archive footage)
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Inspector (archive footage)
Lee Farr ...
John Haney, Jr. (archive footage)
Robert Griffin ...
Dr. Dragstedt (archive footage)
Thomas Browne Henry ...
Blue (archive footage) (as Thomas Henry)
Eleanor Lucky ...
Bessie (archive footage)
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An anthology of horror stories hosted by Boris Karloff.

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Comprised of 4 episodes from the unsold TV series The Veil (1958) - "Summer Heat," "Genesis," "Food on the Table," and "Jack the Ripper." See more »

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Edited from The Veil (1958) See more »

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Stitched together from an unshown tv series. Buy the series on dvd.
26 January 2002 | by (stockport, england) – See all my reviews

In general this is a compendium of four episodes from the unshown tv series The Veil. However the title episode is "borrowed" from British television. The Veil episodes are Summer Heat, Genesis, Food on the Table and the British implant, Jack the Ripper. The Veil is available complete on dvd and there seems little reason to watch or buy this edited compilation piece. The credited director David MacDonald probably never heard of the three Roach filmed episodes. Worth watching but go for the complete series instead.


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