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Author Topic: The Horror of it All (Terence Fisher, 1964)  (Read 1245 times)

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The Horror of it All (Terence Fisher, 1964)
« on: 25 Mar 2014 - 20:39 »

Pretty tedious affair starring Pat Boone as a guy looking to ask for the hand in marriage of his girlfriend (who he's been seeing for a month) and so he heads to the family pile to ask her uncle for the blessing of said nuptials. The girlfriend's family turn out be some incredibly yawn-some version of The Munsters/Addams family... Could be the most boring 72 minute film I've ever seen... The copy I watched looks to be from a Spanish TV airing? Is there a better copy out there, if so... Who cares?







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Re: The Horror of it All (Terence Fisher, 1964)
« Reply #1 on: 25 Mar 2014 - 21:07 »

Is there a better copy out there, if so... Who cares?
Had me laughing that one. Looks like I'll give this film a miss. :-\
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