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Last Bride of Salem 

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
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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Due to it airing as "ABC Mystery of the Week" on the night of March 9, 1977, some have mistakenly attributed it to ABC's "Wide World of Mystery", a series that had ended its run the previous year. See more »

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Cheap and creepy....
13 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

"Last Bride of Salem" is a super-creepy made for TV movie that also, at the same time, looks incredibly cheap. The simple sets, only occasional use of incidental music and look of the film just looks cheap...though it does have a reasonably good cast.

Matt and Jennifer Clifton (Bradford Dillman and Lois Nettleton) move with their daughter to a farmhouse in Salem. Things seem just fine at first. However, through the course of the film, Mr. Clifton and the daughter begin acting strangely--angry and distant towards Jennifer. She doesn't realize it, but they are coming under the power of a Satanic coven...and what, exactly, they plan on doing sure ain't gonna be good!

As I watched this movie, I clearly could see that the folks who made this must have seen another ABC made for TV movie from a few years earlier...."Crowhaven Farm". Many of the same story elements are present, though "Crowhaven Farm" was a much better looking picture...and even creepier. Both excelled at creating a great, moody and scary atmosphere but the goofy ending to "Last Bride of Salem" lacked the scare factor of the other film. Good but not great.

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