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The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

aka The Tomb of Ligeia

"CAT or WOMAN or a Thing Too Evil to Mention?"

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Details: 81 mins · English

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Cast:

Small Verden Fell
No_movie_poster Lady Rowena Trevanion / Lady Ligeia
No_movie_poster Christopher Gough
No_movie_poster Lord Trevanion
No_movie_poster Kenrick
No_movie_poster Dr. Vivian
No_movie_poster Rowena
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No_movie_poster Ligeia
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Crew:

Small Robert Towne Screenplay
No_movie_poster Arthur Grant Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Kenneth V. Jones Original Music Composer
Small Edgar Allan Poe Story
Small Roger Corman Director
No_movie_poster Pat Green Producer
No_movie_poster Samuel Z. Arkoff Production
Small Edgar Allan Poe Story Contributor

Taglines:

"CAT or WOMAN or a Thing Too Evil to Mention?"

"Even on her wedding night she must share the man she loved with the "Female Thing" that lived in the Tomb of the Cat!"

Plot:

Verden Fell (Vincent Price) is both mournful and threatened by his first wife's death. He senses her reluctance to die and her near-blasphemous statements about God. Alone and troubled by a vision problem that requires him to wear strange dark glasses, Fell shuns the world. Against his better judgement, he marries a headstrong young woman (Elizabeth Shepherd) he meets by accident and who is apparently bethrothed to an old friend Christopher Gough (John Westbrook). The spirit of Fell's first wife Ligeia seems to haunt the old mansion/abbey where they live and a series of nocturnal visions and the sinister presence of a cat (who may be inhabited by the spirit of Ligeia) cause him distress. Ultimately he must face the spirit of Ligeia and resist her or perish.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : London

Theatrical : 1967-09-04 : Sweden

Theatrical : 1968-12-18 : France

Theatrical : 1970-02-24 : Norway

Theatrical : 1973-09-07 : Finland

Theatrical : 1981-05-08 : West Germany

Television : 1974-09-24 : Spain

1965-01-20 : United States of America

2009-06-23 : United Kingdom

2011-10-24 : Austria