Twice-Told Tales (film)

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Twice-Told Tales is a 1963 film that tells three horror stories about a man who attempts to restore the youth of three elderly friends, a demented father inoculating his daughter with poison so she may never leave her garden of poisonous plants, and a family who suffers from a hundred year old curse and while in the midst of arguing over an inheritance, the brother kills his sister.

Directed by Sidney Salkow. Written by Robert E. Kent, based on the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne.
A trio of terror!  (taglines)

Beatrice Rappaccini[edit]

  • Your daughter is a fine specimen, too, isn't she father? A specimen of the most deadly thing that was ever given life.


  • A trio of terror!


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