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- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (104 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Special ed.
- Publisher: Narberth, Penn. : Alpha Home Entertainment, c2009.
Four episodes from the TV series Lights out, originally broadcast between 1949 and 1952.
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Cat's cradle / adapted by A. J. Russell from a story by Jerome Barry -- Curtain call / by Frank Daly -- The Fonceville Curse / by Hal and Jerry Hackady -- Will-o'-the-wisp.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Produced by Herbert Swope, Jr. and directed by Laurence Schwab, Jr. ; narrator, Frank Gallop ; music, Arlo.
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Cat's cradle: Martha Scott, Murvyn Vye ; Curtain call: Otto Kruger ; The Fonceville curse: Patric Knowles ; Will-o'-the-wisp: Robert Stack, Louanna Gardner.
A man plays "Cat's cradle" with a loop of string he believes to be cursed. He claims he can kill any creature by twisting the string into a knotted representation of them. In "Curtain call," a famous actor suffers a breakdown on stage when the voice of his dead wife cries out to him from the grave. The female descendants of the long-dead Baron de Fonceville are victims of the murderous "Fonceville curse." An evil spirit, the "Will-o'-the-wisp, protects a secluded island from greedy developers.
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|Subject:||Horror tales > Drama.
|Genre:||Horror television programs.
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