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Crowhaven Farm (1970)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror | TV Movie 24 November 1970
A young couple inherits a farm. Hoping that the rural location might help to patch up their strained marriage, they move into it, only to be confronted by the supernatural forces that inhabit it.


Walter Grauman


John McGreevey




Cast overview, first billed only:
Hope Lange ... Maggie Carey Porter
Paul Burke ... Ben Porter
Lloyd Bochner ... Kevin Pierce
John Carradine ... Nate Cheever
Cyril Delevanti ... Harold Dane
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Terminer
Patricia Barry ... Felicia
Cindy Eilbacher ... Jennifer
Woodrow Parfrey ... Sam Wardwell
June Dayton ... Madeleine Wardwell
Virginia Gregg ... Mercy Lewis
Louise Troy ... Claire Allen
Ross Elliott ... Fritz Allen (as Ross Elliot)
William Smith ... Patrolman Hayes
Pitt Herbert ... Henry Pearson


An aura of mystery and tales of supernatural activity surrounds Crowhaven Farm, when it comes into the possession of Ben and Maggie Porter, a couple moving to the farm to try for a chance to save their troubled marriage. Maggie immediately senses that all is not right, and that perhaps the farm's reputation for being haunted by restless spirits and being the home of an ancient coven of witches is true. Written by free_to_finn

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


A chilling tale of vengeance from beyond the grave.


Drama | Horror


Not Rated | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Pitt Herbert, Ross Elliot, Virginia Gregg, June Dayton, Patricia Barry, Milton Selzer, Cyril Delevanti, John Carradine and Lloyd Bochner have all acted in Twilight Zone episodes. That's 9 out of a listed cast of 16! Also Walter Grauman the director of Crowhaven Farms also directed 1 episode of Twilight Zone (Miniature) and Robert Drasnin composer of Crowhaven Farm also composed the music for 4 Twilight Zones. See more »


In the movie, Jennifer's character has the mark of the devil on her RIGHT shoulder, but in the book Maggie reads, Jennifer's mark is on her LEFT shoulder. See more »


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WOW i thought i was the only one!
13 August 2001 | by catmacabreSee all my reviews

I saw this movie as a child...i have always had a thing for witches..and there were many witchcraft related movies in the late 1960s /early 70s...i can not BELIEVE there are others who remember/ love this movie as i do! What i wouldnt do..for a VHS copy of the movie. That little girl was so beautiful and EERIE! Her eyes had that fairie-ish pale blue color...she was like a living (but evil) doll!I love that scene where "Maggie" runs into the night to hear voices on the wind...you can truly feel the spirit of ancient folk magic...in this dark and highly atmospheric movie! Anyone got a copy?

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24 November 1970 (USA) See more »

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