Universal horror collection. Volume 6.


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Los Angeles, CA : Scream Factory, [2020].
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4 Blu-ray discs (312 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet


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Originally produced as motion pictures in the United States; The Black Castle released in 1952 ; Cult of the Cobra in 1955 ; The Thing That Couldn't Die in 1958 ; The Shadow of the Cat in 1961.
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Full screen (1.37:1).
The Black Castle: Richard Greene, Boris Karloff, Stephen McNally, Paula Corday, Lon Chaney.
Cult of the Cobra: Faith Domergue, Richard Long, Marshall Thompson, Kathleen Hughes.
The Thing That Couldn't Die: William Reynolds, Andra Martin, Carolyn Kearney, Jeffrey Stone
The Shadow of the Cat: Andre Morell, Barbara Shelley, William Lucas, Freda Jackson, Conrad Phillips.
"Boris Karloff stars as a doctor who risks his own life to save the captives of a mad count in The Black Castle. Vengeance is sworn against six men who witness a ceremony where beautiful women turn into serpents in Cult of The Cobra. In The Thing That Couldn't Die, when a young psychic discovers a box that contains the living head of an executed devil worshiper, heads will roll. A cat witnesses the murder of her owner, and this cat is hell-bent on revenge in The Shadow of the Cat."--container
The Black Castle: Karkoff is mesmerizing as an 18th century knight who avenges the deaths of two friends who have attended a hunting party at the castle of a sadistic Viennese count.
Cult of the Cobra: American G.I.s who trespass on a Hindu ceremony are hunted down by a beautiful woman who has the power to transform herself into a cobra.
The Thing that Couldn't Die: Teen psychic Jessica Burns finds a 400-year-old metal box on her aunt's farm. Archeologist Gordon Hawthorne warns it should remain untouched, while two greedy ranch hands break it open, believing there's treasure inside. Instead they find the living head of an executed devil worshipper. Condemned to a living death until he's rejoined, he hypnotizes Jessica into unearthing his body so he can "spread hell's flames around the world.
The Shadow of the Cat: A house cat sees her mistress murdered by two servants under orders from her husband , and becomes ferociously bent on revenge.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Juran, N., Sackheim, J., Lyon, F. D., Davis, J., Maiden, C. (., Collins, R., Cowan, W. J., Duncan, D., Gilling, J., Baxt, G., Greene, R., Karloff, B., McNally, S., Corday, R., Chaney, L., Jr., Domergue, F., Long, R., Thompson, M., Hughes, K., Reynolds, W., Martin, A., Kearney, C., Stone, J., Morell, A., Shelley, B., Lucas, W., Jackson, F., & Phillips, C. (2020). Universal horror collection . Scream Factory.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Nathan Juran et al.. 2020. Universal Horror Collection. Los Angeles, CA: Scream Factory.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Nathan Juran et al.. Universal Horror Collection Los Angeles, CA: Scream Factory, 2020.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Juran, Nathan, et al. Universal Horror Collection Scream Factory, 2020.

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