William Castle – Part Two

Continuing William Castle Week featuring a round of his final films from the fifties. They were the usual mix of westerns and b-epics until he found his ticket to ride with Macabre and House on Haunted Hill and the first real gimmicks of his career. He didn’t look back.

Serpent of the Nile – Columbia – 1953
Directed by William Castle, starring Rhonda Fleming.

From John Charles

Slaves of Babylon – Columbia – 1953
Directed by William Castle, starring Richard Conte and Linda Christian.

From John Charles

Fort Ti - Columbia -1953
Directed by William Castle, starring George Montgomery.
New Orleans Uncensored - Columbia -1955
Directed by William Castle, starring Arthur Franz and Beverly Garland.

House on Haunted Hill - Columbia – 1959
Directed by William Castle, starring Vincent Price

The Tingler - Columbia – 1959

Directed by William Castle, starring Vincent Price.
From John Charles

13 Ghosts - Columbia – 1960
Directed by William Castle, starring Donald Woods and Charles Herbert.

From John Charles

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