Horror movie actor Paul Toombes, famous for playing "Dr. Death," suffers a nervous breakdown before going to England to do a TV series. Cast and crew members start dying the way characters did in Toombes' old movies.
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The film scenes shown at the costume party at Olivers house as a tribute to Paul (played by Vincent Price) is an actual Vincent Price film, The Pit and the Pendulum. See more
Paul Toomes is introduced to his new leading lady Carol Clayton for the first time as the scene is about to be shot and is surprised because he says that he does,t have a leading lady however he seems to know that he has dialogue for the scene with her , well if he did not know that the character existed then who did he think the dialogue was for, dialogue in films are scripted and not made up as the scene goes on. See more
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Dr. Death, where are you? Let's smoke him out!
"With special participation by Boris Karloff (and) Basil Rathbone." At time of film''s release in 1974, both actors had been been dead five and seven years respectively, and their "special participation" was limited to appearance in clips from old films in which they'd appeared with Vincent Price. See more
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