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The Vault of Horror Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

Vault of Horror is the first sequel to 1972's horror hit Tales from the Crypt. It is also known as Tales from the Crypt, Part II. It continues it's predecessor's popular formula of using established stars in five witty short horror episodes. The first, "Midnight Mass," shows that having a vampire for a relative can be upsetting, to say the least. In "The Neat Job" a nagging neat-freak is neatly nullified. In "This Trick'll Kill You," a colonial overlord learns that it's not safe to steal magic tricks from natives. "Bargain in Death" exposes the greed of two insurance swindlers, and "Drawn and Quartered" takes "The Picture of Dorian Grey" one better. Among the stars appearing in these episodes are [[Performer~P70358~Terry-Thomas~terrythomas]], [[Performer~P96142~Glynnis Johns~glynisjohns]], [[Performer~P36548~Curt Jurgens~curdjürgens]], [[Performer~P21589~Denholm Elliott~denholmelliott]] and [[Performer~P3462~Tom Baker~tombaker]]. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

  • Release date:March 16, 1973

Cast

Arthur Mullard
as Gravedigger
Tom Baker
as Moore
Marianne Stone
as Jane
Michael Craig
as Maitland
Geoffrey Davies
as Jerry
Anna Massey
as Donna
Edward Judd
as Alex
Frank Forsyth
John Witty
as Gaskill
Denholm Elliott
as Diltant
Erik Chitty
as Old Waiter
John Forbes-Robertson
as Wilson
Dawn Addams
as Inez
Terry Alexander
as Breedley
Jerold Wells
as Waiter
Daniel Massey
as Rogers
Terry-Thomas
as Critchit
Jasmina Hilton
as Indian Girl
Roy Evans
as Passerby On Street
Curd Jürgens
as Sebastian
Ishaq Bux
as Fakir
Robin Nedwell
as Tom
Glynis Johns
as Eleanor

Crew

Roy Ward Baker
Director
Milton Subotsky
Producer
Milton Subotsky
Screenwriter
Denys Coop
Cinematographer
Douglas Gamley
Composer (Music Score)
Oswald Hafenrichter
Editor
Charles W. Fries
Executive Producer
Danny Daniel
Sound/Sound Designer
Anthony Waye
First Assistant Director
Teresa Bolland
Production Manager
Art Stolnitz
Production Supervisor
Roy Ashton
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