Two on a Guillotine

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Overview

A scary old haunted house provides the setting of this spooky thriller that centers on a psycho-magician who cut off his wife's head during a performance. Twenty years pass and he finally dies. His daughter is to inherit his estate, but before she can claim it, she must spend seven nights in his mansion. A reporter decides to stay with her. It's a good thing too because her father isn't dead at all. He is hiding in the house waiting for a chance to lop off her pretty little ...
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Overview

A scary old haunted house provides the setting of this spooky thriller that centers on a psycho-magician who cut off his wife's head during a performance. Twenty years pass and he finally dies. His daughter is to inherit his estate, but before she can claim it, she must spend seven nights in his mansion. A reporter decides to stay with her. It's a good thing too because her father isn't dead at all. He is hiding in the house waiting for a chance to lop off her pretty little head.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/22/2010
  • UPC: 883316256671
  • Original Release: 1965
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Remastered / B&W
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 17,409

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Connie Stevens Cassie Duquesne, Melinda Duquesne
Dean Jones Val Henderson
Cesar Romero John "Duke" Duquesne
Parley Baer "Buzz" Sheridan
Virginia Gregg Dolly Bast
John Hoyt Carl Vickers
Russell Thorson Carmichael
Connie Gilchrist Ramona Ryerdon
Technical Credits
William Conrad Director, Producer
Gordon Bau Makeup
John Kneubuhl Screenwriter
Sam Leavitt Cinematographer
Art Loel Art Director
Henry Slesar Screenwriter
Max Steiner Score Composer
William Wallace Set Decoration/Design
William H. Ziegler Editor
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  • Posted June 16, 2011

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    Oh, the days of 4:00 p.m. movies!

    I remember as a kid in the late 60's running home from school to watch Dark Shadows and then the 4 p.m. movie (on channel 3 beaming out from Louisville, KY) every weekday like clockwork. Some of the most memorable movies: Gargoyle, Crowhaven Farm, She Waits, and lots of others that I don't even know the titles to. This one was creepy...of course, I was about 8 at the time, but if it's the one where the severed head comes bumping...down...the stairs, then it's one of them that stayed in my memory all these years.

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