A woman tries to protect her family from supernatural forces who are trying to take control.



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Episode cast overview:
Jennifer Clifton
Matt Clifton
Paul Harding ...
Sebastian Mayhew
Joni Bick ...
Kelly Clifton (as Joni Dick)
Murray Westgate ...
Rev. Hiram Fletcher
Grace Fletcher (as Susan Rubes)
James Douglas ...
Dr. Dave Glover
Patricia Hamilton ...
Rebecca Glover
Robert Hawkins ...
Thomas Whately
Ed McNamara ...
Seth Whately
Rex Hagon ...
Moya Fenwick ...
Elsbeth March


A woman tries to protect her family from supernatural forces who are trying to take control.

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Comedy | Drama





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8 May 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Originally aired on ABC Afternoon Playbreak, this 90 min Gothic horror movie was so well received that it later aired during primetime. See more »

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Made For T.V. Horror that's fun yet impossible to find
21 July 2002 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

The ONLY time I ever got to see this was when I lived in LA in 1993. Caught this on a late night/early morning Los Angeles t.v. station and was lucky enough to tape it although the tape has since been stolen by a ruthless film nerd I used to know. Dammit! This is the kind of horror that is probably only made in the UK today as it was lensed on video tape back in the early 1970s and has the look, feel and acting of a staged play. Tale of a newlywed bride encountering occult terror on an desolate farm fits right in with those British late night imports that was churned out on American t.v. during the 70s & 80s. Produced on the cheap, this seemingly lost little flick would really make a great double feature with 'Crowhaven Farm' (another hard to get but not entirely out of reach horror) or better yet 'Deadly Blessing' (the Wes Craven film that echoes the occult terror of 'Last Bride' and also stars Lois Nettleton in another rural lass role!). In today's age of film collecting and special edition versions of movies, films like this are sadly hard to come by and it seems only an act of God will let a made for television film (especially one of the Horror genre) make it tape or dvd. Keep checking those t.v. guides...One to look for!

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