Someone is going to a lot of trouble to convince the townspeople that a witch has cursed them. A bell that rings by itself, a lame horse, milk with the taste of brimstone lead Hawkeye to search for the truth.

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Chingachgook (as Lon Chaney)
Arch McDonnell ...
Preacher Hale (as Arch McDonell)
Rosemary Palin ...
Mary Hale
Norman Welsh ...
Squire Griggs
Glynne Morris ...
Blacksmith Sneed
Juan Root ...
Bradley
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Burns
Margaret MacBain ...
Woman-Settler (as Margaret McBain)
Barbara Buck ...
Mrs. Bradley
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Someone is going to a lot of trouble to convince the townspeople that a witch has cursed them. A bell that rings by itself, a lame horse, milk with the taste of brimstone lead Hawkeye to search for the truth.

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22 May 1957 (Canada)  »

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John Vernon and Norman Welsh
20 August 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Witch" is set in Wayneville, where Preacher Hale (Arch McDonell, second of four) has his hands full trying to convince the frightened townspeople that witchcraft is not responsible for the mysterious things that have recently occurred, such as the tragic death of the daughter of settler Bradley (Juan Root, first of eight). The town leader is Squire Griggs (Norman Welsh, first of two), unable to prevent accusations against blacksmith Sneed (Glynne Morris, last of three), who is later found shot to death by an unknown assailant. The plethora of devil dolls around lead Burns (John Vernon, third of eight) to conclude that the preacher's wife is the witch, set to burn at the stake alongside her husband unless Hawkeye can smoke out the actual culprit. John Vernon is not a villain this time, and smaller than previous roles.


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