American scientist Holden (Dana Andrews), lured to dinner with schoolteacher Joanna (Peggy Cummins), whose scientist uncle was killed by the devil cult, still won't believe there's magic afoot, in director Jacques Tourneur's Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
Professor Harrington (Maurice Denham) knows evil Karswell (Niall MacGinnis) really is running a devil cult, but offers to revoke his charges in return for the lifting of a curse, then leaves, encountering special effects, opening Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
Skeptical American scientist Holden (Dana Andrews) attends a kids' party at the home of secretly devil-worshipping Brit professor Karswell (Niall MacGinnis), who decides to demonstrate he really does have magical powers, in Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
Before the London conference he's attending, American scientist Holden (Dana Andrews) stops by the British Museum to investigate some devilry, when suspected cult leader Professor Karswell (Niall MacGinnis) appears, stealthily snatching some key evidence, in Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
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Just before a London symposium to discredit devil-worshipping cult leader Julian Karswell (Niall MacGinnis), the mysterious death of conference organizer Henry Harrington has left American psychologist John Holden (Dana Andrews) in charge of the proceedings. Though Holden refuses to believe that his predecessor's bizarre death was the result of a curse, Harrington's niece, Joanna (Peggy Cummins), is certain that her late uncle's notes contain evidence proving Karswell has satanic powers that he is all-too-willing to use against those who threaten to expose him. But when Holden connects his own strange sensory disturbances to an ancient parchment containing a curse like the one that killed Harrington, he and Joanna must find a way to return it to Karswell before it's too late!
A supernatural skeptic is plunged into a macabre world of devil worship as he attempts to expose a satanic cult. This DVD offers the longer British version Night of the Demon for comparison; it's essentially the same film with a few extended scenes.
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