Soldier Richard (Ian Ogilvy) in the Suffolk home town of his betrothed Sara (Hilary Dwyer) after her uncle, an Anglican priest, has been murdered by witch-hunters, leading to a do-it-yourself marriage, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General, 1968, directed by Michael Reeves, starring Vince... more
Crooked witch hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), paid by citizens of a Suffolk village, gets to work with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell), starting with priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), whose niece Sara (HIlary Dwyer) tries a rescue, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Part of the opening vignette, then credits, then narration on the English civil war, and introducing royalist soldiers Richard (Ian Ogilvy) and Swanson (Nicky Henson), still not quite meeting star Vincent Price, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Witch-hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell) dispenses with three offenders in a Suffolk village, ca. 1646, including innocent priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), in director Michael Reeves' loosely fact-based The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
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