Twice Told Tales (1963) DVD UK Release DVD

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This three-part selection of horror stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne explores the psyches of convention-bound characters and the bizarre means they use to elude the restrictions of society. “Dr Heidegger’s Experiment tells the tale of an elderly physician who develops an elixir of life and uses it to resurrect the woman he was to have married. He also rejuvenates himself and his best friend only to discover with tragic consequences that he is the odd man out in a lover’s triangle. “Rappacini’s Daughter” is also about love and... jealousy. Rappacini is a disillusioned botanist who rears his daughter in a garden of poisonous plants and goes so far as to innoculate her with their juices until anyone who touches her dies. “The House of the Seven Gables” concerns a rumour of treasure hidden within a haunted house and the effect of an ancient curse on the young man who tries to find the fortune. [show more]

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Released
18 May 2015
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Final Cut Entertainment 
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Runtime
115 minutes 
Features
Dolby, PAL 
Barcode
5060057211069 
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Collection of three short horror films starring Vincent Price. In 'Dr. Heidegger's Experiment', a strange doctor claims to be in possession of the legendary Fountain of Youth. In 'Rappaccini's Daughter', the daughter of a medical researcher becomes poisonous after being raised around dangerous plants. Finally, in 'The House of the Seven Gables', a family, still suffering from a 100-year curse, become embroiled in an argument over inheritance.