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Tales That Witness Madness DVD


Stroll down the corridors of a mental asylum, where your mind won't believe what your eyes see. In the tradition of Tales from the Crypt and Creepshow.. This anthology of pulp horror tales, helmed by the ever- reliable horror master, Freddie Francis (Dr. Terror's House of Horrors). The film features a quartet of eerie vignettes involving four patients in the care of psychiatrist Donald Pleasance (Halloween), who attempting to justify his strange theories of colleague, Jack Hawkins (Theatre of Blood). The all-star cast includes Kim Novak, Joan Collins, Peter McEnery and Suzy Kendall.

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Anthology of horror tales directed by Freddie Francis. Set in the asylum of Dr. Tremayne (Donald Pleasence), the film tells four short, horror-filled stories that explain why some of his patients went mad. In 'Mr. Tiger' Paul (Russell Lewis), a young, troubled boy befriends an imaginary tiger. In 'Penny Farthing' an antique shop owner is transported back in time by a bicycle in his store. In 'Mel' Brian Thompson (Michael Jayston) brings home a dead tree, names it Mel and displays it as art, much to the dismay of his wife Bella (Joan Collins). In 'Luau' literary agent Auriol Pageant (Kim Novak) arranges a luau to court a new client, but things don't quite go according to plan...

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