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The Witch's Dungeon: 40 Years of Chills (2006)

A look behind the scenes at Cortlandt Hull's "The Witch's Dungeon," a movie-themed Halloween attraction in Bristol, Connecticut -- now the longest-running show of its type in the United States.

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Dennis Vincent

Writers:

Cortlandt Hull (poem), Tomi Saviste (narration)
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Forrest J. Ackerman ... Self
Karen Allen ... Self
Ricou Browning ... Self
Bob Burns ... Self
Veronica Carlson ... Self
Ben Chapman ... Self
Kurt Coble Kurt Coble ... Self
June Foray ... Self
Basil Gogos ... Self
Charles Herbert ... Self
Sara Karloff Sara Karloff ... Self
Christopher Lee ... Self
Bela Lugosi Jr. Bela Lugosi Jr. ... Self
Caroline Munro ... Self
Cassandra Peterson ... Self
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A look behind the scenes at Cortlandt Hull's "The Witch's Dungeon," a movie-themed Halloween attraction in Bristol, Connecticut -- now the longest-running show of its type in the United States.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bristol, Connecticut, USA

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Colorbox Studios See more »
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A must have for any classic horror film fans library!
3 January 2007 | by gravesidemanorSee all my reviews

I wasn't sure what to expect when purchasing this video, but was pleasantly surprised!!!

Dennis Vincent has put together a very interesting, well paced documentary with smooth transitions between unique celebrity interviews, rare photos and the history of the Witch's Dungeon museum. The video features colorful animation, obscure photos and new interviews which made the two hour production seem to fly by.

The history of the Witch's Dungeon is very interesting as well. It is great to see the progression of Cortlandt Hull's dream from its roots 40 years ago. I have had the pleasure of visiting the museum in person and witnessing first hand, the quality of the sets and life-size figures he has created.

A must have for any classic horror film fan/collector!


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