Three creepy Nathaniel Hawthorne yarns, all starring Price. 'Dr. Heidegger's Experiment', 'The House Of Seven Gables', and 'Rappacini's Daughter'. Classic gothic horror.
Alice (Beverly Garland) is ushered into the ancestral Pyncheon home by her spooky sister-in-law Hannah (Jacqueline de Wit) in The House of Seven Gables from Twice Told Tales, 1963.
Gunslinger Clint Cooper (Audie Murphy) headed back to his hometown, has been diverted by a gang led by his old partner Spangler (Ted de Corsia), early in The Quick Gun, 1964.
Beatrice (Joyce Taylor) decides she would rather die than live under the curse her father (Vincent Price) has used to make her poisonous to all men in Rappaccini's Daughter from Twice Told Tales, 1963.
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