The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Season 2, Episode 6

Last Bride of Salem (8 May 1974)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama
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A woman tries to protect her family from supernatural forces who are trying to take control.

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Jennifer Clifton
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Matt Clifton
Paul Harding ...
Sebastian Mayhew
Joni Bick ...
Kelly Clifton (as Joni Dick)
Murray Westgate ...
Rev. Hiram Fletcher
Susan Douglas Rubes ...
Grace Fletcher (as Susan Rubes)
James Douglas ...
Dr. Dave Glover
Patricia Hamilton ...
Rebecca Glover
Robert Hawkins ...
Thomas Whately
Ed McNamara ...
Seth Whately
Rex Hagon ...
Master
Moya Fenwick ...
Elsbeth March
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A woman tries to protect her family from supernatural forces who are trying to take control.

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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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Not bad at all, and surprisingly spooky...
1 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, I searched for this movie for quite some time till I came upon it on Ebay and took the time to buy it. I really enjoy obscure movies just for the fact that there hard to find but this one was a real treat. The movie is some what dated, and it does have that feel of an afternoon 70's special but what makes up for it are a simple story at it's core and some strong acting buy it's leads. Lois Nettleton and Bradford Dillman are quite good and bring quite a lot to the movie. (SPOLIERS) The movie starts out a little slow but builds to a nice ending with some nice touches of suggested horror, I like the witch story in the middle of the movie to try to explain everything that's going on, and the doll that the daughter hold's on to in the latter part of the movie add's to some nice atmosphere. A nice surprise ending add to the movie too. If you love made for TV movie's out of the 70's give this one a try.


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