The Tomb of Ligeia

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The Tomb of Ligeia is a 1964 film about man whose obsession with his dead wife drives a wedge between him and his new bride.

Directed by Roger Corman. Written by Robert Towne, based on the tale "Ligeia" by Edgar Allan Poe.
Even on her wedding night she must share the man she loved with the "female thing" that lived in the Tomb of the Cat!  (taglines)

Verden Fell[edit]

  • Christopher, not ten minutes ago I... I tried to kill a stray cat with a cabbage, and all but made love to the Lady Rowena. I succeeded is squashing the cabbage and badly frightening the lady. If only I could lay open my own brain as easily as I did that vegetable, what rot would be freed from its grey leaves?
  • The eyes, they confound me. There's a blankness, a mindless sort of malice in some Egyptian. They do not readily yield up the mystery.

Taglines[edit]

  • Even on her wedding night she must share the man she loved with the "female thing" that lived in the Tomb of the Cat!
  • CAT or WOMAN or a Thing Too Evil to Mention?
  • His first wife is dead- but still a little CATTY!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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