The Old Dark House (1963 film)
The Old Dark House is a 1963 film about an American who sells cars in England and receives a mysterious invitation from an old, eccentric millionaire to visit his house in which he lives with his twin brother. It is a remake of the 1932 film of the same name.
- Directed by William Castle. Written by Robert Dillon, based on the 1927 novel Benighted by J. B. Priestley.
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- Tom Penderel: You, uh... why, you must be very lonely. Well, I mean, uh, all alone...
- Morgana Femm: Oh, you have no idea. Every night in this house, with just a whole family of Femms.
- Agatha Femm: [Knitting] I capture time and space in my stitches. Sometimes I wonder what would happen if I stopped.
- Tom Penderel: Happen? To you?
- Agatha Femm: No, no. To the world.
- READY! SET! LAUGH! Join the fun in a nut-house of terror!
- The Key to Spooks, Kooks, and Coffin Nooks... where the host with the most turns into a Ghost... and you... die...LAUGHING!
- Scared stiff? Take a coffin-break!... to steady your nerves...and stifle your laughter!
- Tom Poston — Tom Penderel
- Robert Morley — Roderick Femm
- Janette Scott — Cecily Femm
- Joyce Grenfell — Agatha Femm