During the Second World war a Nazi general invites locals, whom he later plans to send to death camps, to a château for a celebration which, in its detail, copies one held there a hundred ... See full summary »

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Gen. Guenther Hautmann (as Andre Morell)
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Marianne
Stanley Van Beers ...
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Carl Duering ...
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Charles Russell ...
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During the Second World war a Nazi general invites locals, whom he later plans to send to death camps, to a château for a celebration which, in its detail, copies one held there a hundred and fifty years earlier. However the ghosts of the original celebrants return to stop his plan, Written by don @ minifie-1

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25 April 1961 (USA)  »

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In an interesting coincidence, back-to-back segments of this series (now being made in England by a British production company) were titled "The Avengers" and "The Prisoner", later to be two of the most popular and beloved British TV series ever. See more »

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Devil's castle

What a terrific story, maybe one of the most powerful of the whole show. Andre Morell gives here a tremendous performance as the evil character, the Nazi general in his seventeenth century suit; the evil general who have to deal with ghosts that haunts him and jeopardize his evil plans. Andre Morell gave other terrific performances in many Hammer Films productions, mostly directed by the likes of Terry Fisher and John Gilling, horror and adventures films. It's after all a ghost story, but far less scary than Michael Mann's THE KEEP, another tale of devil's castle occupied by Nazis during WW2. Don't miss it or you'll be doomed !!!


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