The Strange Door

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The Strange Door is a 1951 film about a man who stays at the manor of a madman.

Directed by Joseph Pevney. Written by Jerry Sackheim, based on the short story by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Robert Louis Stevenson's masterpiece of TERROR  (taglines)

Alain de Maletroit[edit]

  • I am desolated, Edmund, I cannot invite you to the wedding supper, but I fear a man who has been dead for twenty years might cast a gloom upon the company.


  • Robert Louis Stevenson's masterpiece of TERROR


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