A family of cannibalistic thieves menace a young couple, but the husband laughs off their scary Southern hotel as a joke. The lovebirds became lost on a second honeymoon and sought shelter ... See full summary »

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A family of cannibalistic thieves menace a young couple, but the husband laughs off their scary Southern hotel as a joke. The lovebirds became lost on a second honeymoon and sought shelter in the spooky Baits Hotel, but were quickly locked in by the Carta Family. The gorgeous wife Rosalynn is appalled to find the Cartas have a private jail cell, containing haggard female relative Ruth Carta, who pleads for the young woman to release her. Written by David Stevens

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The PSYCHO HOUSE on Universal's back lot is featured as the primary location of this episode. It is seen in the rain as a place accepting guests, which also makes it similar to the "role" the house plays in PSYCHO. See more »

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When Elizabeth Montgonery first puts on dry clothes, she is not wearing the string of pearls she had on upon entering the house. When she comes out of the kitchen, she is wearing the pearls again. See more »

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carradines fantastic as usual
6 January 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this episode and found the main male actor come honeymooner very very annoying his wife was not much better but just had a better pair of legs than him, she is probably bearable. The atmosphere and filming inside the house and outside was brilliant with the old spooky house and whats going to happen next routine, john carradine and his kinfolk were brilliant and for them alone deserved a nine out of ten but because of the honeymooners i only gave it seven out of ten. It is worth a watch as i did find parts very enjoyable, maybe its me but the lead males laugh and guffawing really got on my nerves. I found that the bats flying around looked better actors than the infuriating john poston.


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