My Collection of Hammer Films

by oxhine | created - 14 Aug 2012 | updated - 30 Jul 2015 | Public

As the '30's and '40's Universal horror cycle came to a close, gothic horror films fell out of favor first being parodied largely by Abbott and Costello and then disappearing altogether. In the 1950's, any film that could be classified as horror had either a dark psychological twist as in "House by the River", "The Night of the Hunter" and "The Bad Seed" or had a sci-fi twist such as an alien menace as in "The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes", paranormal phenomenon as in "Fiend Without a Face", irradiated behemoths as in "Them!" and genetic throwbacks as in "The Creature from the Black Lagoon".

In Britain, a minor film production company called Hammer -- named after the stage pseudonym of its vaudevillian co-founder Will "Hammer" Hinds -- had carved out a niche grinding out small film noir gems made on a shoestring budget with imported American stars. However, the company struck gold mining the horror-with-a-sci-fi-twist vein that was in vogue with their film adaptation of the BBC-TV serial "The Quatermass Xperiment". With gore effects that were shocking for the time, a literate script and compelling characters, the film was a big hit. Emboldened by this success, the company gambled on a full-on horror by remaking a tried-and-true chestnut with a literary pedigree: Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein". What set Hammer's "The Curse of Frankenstein" apart was shifting the focus from the piteous Creature to the obsessive Baron played to the hilt by Peter Cushing with more than a little debt to a more manic but equally intense Colin Clive from the original. Moreover, the film was presented in full-color widescreen glory with buckets o' blood and a heaving helping o' burstin' bodices; sex, violence and spectacle are always sure-fire selling points. A year later, "Horror of Dracula" was the follow-up with a magnetic and charismatic turn by Christopher Lee as the Count and a haunted, driven Peter Cushing as Professor Van Helsing.

Largely reviled by contemporary critics, audiences flocked in droves catapulting the company and its stars to international fame, revolutionizing the genre and single-handedly resurrecting the gothic horror film. Their success inspired the formation of rival studios like Amicus, Tigon and Tyburn who all tried to mine similar content with variable results. However, Hammer remains the gold standard with much of their output rightly considered classics today and even the least of their efforts offering modest pleasures.

Although they produced films in every genre, Hammer's stock-in-trade was horror which was unwittingly foreshadowed by Bela Lugosi's casting in their first feature-length film, "Phantom Ship". In the early '70's, the popularity of gothic fright was on the wane and competition from high-quality, low-budget, boundary-shattering indie horror was on the rise with soon-to-be classics such as "Rosemary's Baby", "Night of the Living Dead", "The Exorcist", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "Jaws", "The Hills Have Eyes", "Halloween", Pete Walker slasher films and Italian gialli flooding the market. Out of step with the times, attempts to compete by resorting to desperate creative gambits and cynically pushing the sex-violence quotient beyond the tipping point of what then passed for good taste only alienated audiences accustomed to the expectations conferred by the Hammer seal. Eventually, the company was forced to drop out of film production altogether and only maintained a skeleton crew to oversee television programs.

Yet, after a 25-year hiatus, Hammer has returned with a series of four worthy entries into the canon including 2012's gothic "The Woman in Black" remake. The level of care and craftsmanship that characterized Hammer in its prime is evident in these recent productions and, should that trend continue, the company's future holds great promise.

A note concerning "The Curse of Frankenstein" specifically and the Hammer Frankenstein and Dracula cycles in general as these tend to be the entry points for most into the Hammerverse. While not an Expressionistic masterpiece like James Whale's original and with the moving plight of the Creature relegated to the periphery of the story, "The Curse of Frankenstein" usually disappoints on first pass. However, when seen back-to-back with "The Revenge of Frankenstein", the films become more richly resonant as a whole than when seen separately as it becomes clear that the through-line is the monomaniacal Baron who is just this side of insane and whose initially laudable goals are perverted into something monstrous. Over the six-film series, the viewer descends deeper into the disturbed psyche of a madman possessed of a singular vision and follows it through to its grim and sobering conclusion. The series is best viewed in this order: "The Curse of Frankenstein", "The Revenge of Frankenstein", "The Evil of Frankenstein", "Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed", "Frankenstein Created Woman" and "Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell". Neither the TV pilot "Tales of Frankenstein" or the franchise reboot "Horror of Frankenstein" are part of the series.

The Dracula series' viewing order is largely determined by internal chronology and is as follows: the prologue to "The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires", the prologue to "Dracula A.D. 1972", "Horror of Dracula", "The Brides of Dracula", "The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires", "Dracula, Prince of Darkness" up to Father Sandor's rescue of the fleeing Francis Matthews and Suzan Farmer, the prologue of "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave", the rest of "Dracula, Prince of Darkness", "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave", "Taste the Blood of Dracula", "Scars of Dracula", "Kiss of the Vampire", "Dracula A.D. 1972" and "The Satanic Rites of Dracula".

Regarding other series, it should be noted that "The Secret of Blood Island" is the prequel to "The Camp on Blood Island" with Barbara Shelley playing a different character in each, that "A Challenge for Robin Hood" and "Wolfshead" are variant Robin Hood origin stories while "The Men of Sherwood Forest" and "Sword of Sherwood Forest" are continuing adventures and that the viewing order of the Dick Barton trilogy is "Dick Barton, Special Agent", "Dick Barton at Bay" and "Dick Barton Strikes Back". The Woman in Black, Quatermass, Karnstein, Buses and She films should be seen in the order they were released.

For anyone trying to assemble a Hammer collection of their own, I hope this list proves useful.

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1. Phantom Ship (1935)

Approved | 62 min | Drama, Horror, Mystery

During a horrific storm at sea, the crew realizes that there is a murderer among them who is killing them off one by one.

Director: Denison Clift | Stars: Bela Lugosi, Shirley Grey, Arthur Margetson, Edmund Willard

Votes: 630

Original UK Title: The Mystery of the Mary Celeste

DVD Distributor: Image Entertainment

2. Song of Freedom (1936)

TV-PG | 66 min | Drama, Music

A black British dockworker named Johnny Zinga becomes a famous singer and learns that he is the rightful king of the African island of Casanga.

Director: J. Elder Wills | Stars: Paul Robeson, Elisabeth Welch, Esme Percy, Robert Adams

Votes: 265

DVD Distributor: Kino Video (The Paul Robeson Collection)

{paired with the non-Hammer "Big Fella"}

3. Dick Barton, Detective (1948)

70 min | Action, Crime

Government agent Dick Barton battles a ring of Nazi spies who are planning to poison the entire London water supply.

Director: Alfred J. Goulding | Stars: Don Stannard, George Ford, Jack Shaw, Gillian Maude

Votes: 92

Original UK Title: Dick Barton, Special Agent

DVD Distributor: Icon Home Entertainment [Region 2] (The Dick Barton Trilogy)

{grouped with "Dick Barton at Bay" and "Dick Barton Strikes Back"}

4. Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949)

73 min | Action, Crime, Sci-Fi

Special Agent Dick Barton uncovers a ring of international psychopathic criminals with plans to dominate the world using a terrifying weapon of mass destruction.

Director: Godfrey Grayson | Stars: Don Stannard, Bruce Walker, Sebastian Cabot, James Raglan

Votes: 103

DVD Distributor: Icon Home Entertainment [Region 2] (The Dick Barton Trilogy)

{grouped with "Dick Barton, Special Agent" and "Dick Barton at Bay"}

5. Room to Let (1950)

68 min | Crime, Drama

In London in 1904, neighbours begin to suspect that a very strange man calling himself Dr. Fell may in fact be the infamous Jack the Ripper.

Director: Godfrey Grayson | Stars: Jimmy Hanley, Valentine Dyall, Christine Silver, Merle Tottenham

Votes: 59

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

6. Dick Barton at Bay (1950)

68 min | Crime, Sci-Fi

Special Agent Dick Barton has been assigned to recover a kidnapped professor and de-activate a death ray before catastrophe occurs and World War III is declared.

Director: Godfrey Grayson | Stars: Don Stannard, Tamara Desni, George Ford, Meinhart Maur

Votes: 95

Alternate Title: Dick Barton and the Ray of Death

DVD Distributor: Icon Home Entertainment [Region 2] (The Dick Barton Trilogy)

{grouped with "Dick Barton, Special Agent" and "Dick Barton Strikes Back"}

7. Cloudburst (1951)

Approved | 83 min | Mystery

A Canadian World War II veteran working for the British Foreign Office scours England for the killer who murdered his wife.

Director: Francis Searle | Stars: Robert Preston, Elizabeth Sellars, Colin Tapley, Sheila Burrell

Votes: 265

DVD Distributor: MGM Archive

8. Whispering Smith vs. Scotland Yard (1952)

Passed | 77 min | Action, Adventure, Crime

US sleuth Whispering Smith arrives in London on vacation, but soon becomes embroiled in a murder case.

Director: Francis Searle | Stars: Richard Carlson, Greta Gynt, Rona Anderson, Herbert Lom

Votes: 56

Original UK Title: Whispering Smith Hits London Alternate US Title: Whispering Smith vs. Scotland Yard

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

9. Man Bait (1952)

Not Rated | 78 min | Crime, Drama

The married owner of a bookstore is attracted to his sexy blonde clerk. He finally gives in to temptation and makes a pass at her, but that only results in him getting enmeshed in blackmail and murder.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: George Brent, Marguerite Chapman, Raymond Huntley, Peter Reynolds

Votes: 420

Original UK Title: The Last Page

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 1)

{paired with "Bad Blonde"}

10. Stolen Face (1952)

Approved | 72 min | Crime, Drama

A doctor repairs a female inmate's disfigured face to match the lovely woman who left him, and marries her, only to find out how abusive she is.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Paul Henreid, Lizabeth Scott, André Morell, Mary Mackenzie

Votes: 520

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 2)

{paired with "Blackout"}

11. Scotland Yard Inspector (1952)

Not Rated | 73 min | Mystery

An English woman asks an American detective visiting London to help find her brother's killer.

Directors: Sam Newfield, Pat Jackson | Stars: Cesar Romero, Lois Maxwell, Bernadette O'Farrell, Geoffrey Keen

Votes: 75

Original UK Title: Lady in the Fog

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Forgotten Noir Volume 9)

{grouped with the non-Hammer "Pier 23" and "The Case of the Baby-Sitter"}

12. Four Sided Triangle (1953)

Approved | 81 min | Romance, Sci-Fi

Bill and Robin, helped by their childhood friend, Lena, develop a "reproducer" which can exactly duplicate any object. Bill, crushed when Lena marries Robin, convinces her to allow him to ... See full summary »

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Barbara Payton, James Hayter, Stephen Murray, John Van Eyssen

Votes: 521

DVD Distributor: Anchor Bay (The Hammer Collection: Double Feature)

{paired with "X the Unknown"}

13. Bad Blonde (1953)

Approved | 81 min | Drama, Sport

A scheming blonde seduces a fighter and convinces him to murder her husband, a fight manager.

Director: Reginald Le Borg | Stars: Barbara Payton, Frederick Valk, John Slater, Sidney James

Votes: 239

Original UK Title: The Flanagan Boy

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 1)

{paired with "The Last Page"}

14. Three Stops to Murder (1953)

76 min | Crime, Drama

Discharged by his employer, a private eye stays on a jewel theft case after a model with information for him is murdered.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Tom Conway, Mila Parély, Naomi Chance, Eric Pohlmann

Votes: 57

Original UK Title: Blood Orange

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

15. Spaceways (1953)

74 min | Sci-Fi, Thriller

A small group of closely-guarded British scientists test their first rocket amidst indications of matrimonial strife in the community. After the partial failure of the firing, a couple go ... See full summary »

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Howard Duff, Eva Bartok, Alan Wheatley, Philip Leaver

Votes: 328

DVD Distributor: Image Entertainment

16. The Black Glove (1954)

Not Rated | 84 min | Crime, Drama

Newly arrived in Britain, a jet-lagged musician impulsively goes to the apartment of a beautiful blues singer he's just met and hours later is accused of her murder.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Alex Nicol, Eleanor Summerfield, John Salew, Paul Carpenter

Votes: 88

Original UK Title: Face the Music

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 6)

{paired with "The Deadly Game"}

17. Blackout (1954)

Not Rated | 87 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller

An American in London, down on his luck, runs into a beautiful blonde in a bar who offers him a lot of money to marry her. Broke and unemployed, he takes her up on it. When he wakes up the ... See full summary »

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Dane Clark, Belinda Lee, Betty Ann Davies, Eleanor Summerfield

Votes: 316

Original UK Title: Murder by Proxy

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 2)

{paired with "Stolen Face"}

18. Heat Wave (1954)

Not Rated | 68 min | Crime, Drama

An American writer living in England gets entangled in a scheme by a beautiful blonde to murder her rich husband.

Director: Ken Hughes | Stars: Alex Nicol, Hillary Brooke, Sidney James, Susan Stephen

Votes: 375

Original UK Title: The House Across the Lake

DVD Distributor: Network [Region 2]

19. Paid to Kill (1954)

Approved | 75 min | Crime, Drama

A failed business deal forces James Nevill to blackmail his weak-willed friend into murdering him so that his wife can collect his insurance, but circumstances suddenly change.

Director: Montgomery Tully | Stars: Dane Clark, Cecile Chevreau, Paul Carpenter, Thea Gregory

Votes: 196

Original UK Title: Five Days

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 5)

{paired with "The Glass Cage"}

20. Terror Street (1953)

Not Rated | 80 min | Crime, Drama

An American pilot AWOL from the states is framed for his wife's murder and has just 36 hours to prove his innocence.

Director: Montgomery Tully | Stars: Dan Duryea, Elsie Albiin, Gudrun Ure, Eric Pohlmann

Votes: 172

Original UK Title: 36 Hours

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment

21. The Men of Sherwood Forest (1954)

77 min | Adventure

In 1194, on his return from the Third Crusade, Richard the Lionheart is taken prisoner in Germany. Disguised as a troubadour, Robin Hood formulates a plan to rescue Richard but he is captured himself.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Don Taylor, Reginald Beckwith, Eileen Moore, David King-Wood

Votes: 184

DVD Distributor: Anolis Entertainment [Region 2]

{German DVD with English language track entitled "Robin Hood, der rote Racher" which translates to "Robin Hood, the Red Avenger"}

22. Break in the Circle (1955)

87 min | Drama

An adventurer is hired by a German millionaire to help a Polish scientist escape to the West.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Forrest Tucker, Eva Bartok, Marius Goring, Guy Middleton

Votes: 49

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

{Black-and-White Version}

23. The Deadly Game (1954)

Not Rated | 63 min | Crime, Drama

An American on vacation in Spain gets mixed up with a smuggling ring.

Director: Daniel Birt | Stars: Lloyd Bridges, Finlay Currie, Maureen Swanson, Simone Silva

Votes: 70

Original UK Title: Third Party Risk Alternate US Title: The Deadly Game

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Fim Noir Volume 6)

{paired with "The Black Glove"}

24. The Glass Tomb (1955)

Not Rated | 59 min | Mystery

Crowds flock to a carnival sideshow to see "The Starving Man", a heavyset man who claims he can go 70 days without eating. However, a couple of murders occur at the carnival, resulting in the police becoming involved.

Director: Montgomery Tully | Stars: John Ireland, Honor Blackman, Geoffrey Keen, Eric Pohlmann

Votes: 133

Original UK Title: The Glass Cage

DVD Distributor: VCI Entertainment (Hammer Film Noir Volume 5)

{paired with "Paid to Kill"}

25. The Quatermass Xperiment (1955)

Not Rated | 78 min | Horror, Sci-Fi

Professor Bernard Quatermass' manned rocket ship returns to Earth, but two of the astronauts are missing and the survivor seems ill and unable to communicate.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Brian Donlevy, Jack Warner, Margia Dean, Thora Hird

Votes: 5,066

US Title: The Creeping Unknown

DVD Distributor: Kino Lorber [Blu-ray]

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

27. X the Unknown (1956)

Approved | 81 min | Horror, Sci-Fi

A radioactive, mud-like creature terrorizes a Scottish village.

Directors: Leslie Norman, Joseph Losey | Stars: Dean Jagger, Edward Chapman, Leo McKern, Anthony Newley

Votes: 2,384

DVD Distributor: Anchor Bay (The Hammer Collection: Double Feature)

{paired with "Four-Sided Triangle"}

28. The Steel Bayonet (1957)

85 min | Drama, War

A small band of British soldiers is sent on a mission to hold up a German advance.

Director: Michael Carreras | Stars: Leo Genn, Kieron Moore, Michael Medwin, Robert Brown

Votes: 70

DVD Distributor: Collector's DVD-R

29. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)

Approved | 82 min | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Victor Frankenstein builds a creature and brings it to life, but it behaves not as he intended.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Peter Cushing, Hazel Court, Robert Urquhart, Christopher Lee

Votes: 8,619 | Gross: $17.44M

DVD Distributor: Warner Home Video

30. Quatermass 2 (1957)

Approved | 85 min | Sci-Fi, Horror

Professor Quatermass, trying to gather support for his Lunar colonisation project, is intrigued by mysterious traces that have been showing up.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Brian Donlevy, John Longden, Sidney James, Bryan Forbes

Votes: 3,138

Original UK Title: Quatermass 2

DVD Distributor: Anchor Bay

31. The Abominable Snowman (1957)

85 min | Adventure, Horror

A kindly English botanist and a gruff American scientist lead an expedition to the Himalayas in search of the legendary Yeti.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Forrest Tucker, Peter Cushing, Maureen Connell, Richard Wattis

Votes: 3,270

US Title: The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas

DVD Distributor: Anchor Bay

32. Tales of Frankenstein (1958 TV Short)

28 min | Short, Horror

Dr. Frankenstein has just finished rebuilding his creation, but the monster is unresponsive. He needs to try something different to make it work, perhaps some new parts. Enter a terminally ... See full summary »

Director: Curt Siodmak | Stars: Anton Diffring, Helen Westcott, Don Megowan, Ludwig Stössel

Votes: 261

Pilot Episode Title: The Face in the Tombstone Mirror

DVD Distributor: Image Entertainment

33. The Camp on Blood Island (1958)

Approved | 81 min | Action, Drama, History

Deep in Malaya, as World War II is rapidly coming to an end, men, women and children, trapped by the Japanese invasion, are held captive in the Blood Island prison camp. Knowing that ... See full summary »

Director: Val Guest | Stars: André Morell, Carl Möhner, Walter Fitzgerald, Edward Underdown

Votes: 350

DVD Distributor: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [Region 2]

34. Up the Creek (1958)

Not Rated | 83 min | Comedy

During the Cold War, an idiotic R.N. lieutenant, who cannot be fired due to his connections, is transferred from the Admiralty to the far away Mothball Fleet to a rusty destroyer whose crew is running an illegal money-making scheme.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: David Tomlinson, Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Vera Day

Votes: 236

DVD Distributor: Wham! USA

35. Horror of Dracula (1958)

Not Rated | 82 min | Horror

Jonathan Harker begets the ire of Count Dracula after he accepts a job at the vampire's castle under false pretenses, forcing his colleague Dr. Van Helsing to destroy the predatory villain when he targets Harker's loved ones.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling

Votes: 19,305

Original UK Title: Dracula

DVD Distributor: Warner Home Video (4 Film Favorites: Draculas)

{grouped with "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave", "Taste the Blood of Dracula" and "Dracula A.D. 1972"}

36. The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)

Unrated | 90 min | Horror, Sci-Fi

Baron Frankenstein escapes from the guillotine and goes to Germany. There, he names himself Dr. Stein and plans to restart his experiments by using parts of dead bodies.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Peter Cushing, Francis Matthews, Eunice Gayson, Michael Gwynn

Votes: 4,245

DVD Distributor: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment

37. The Snorkel (1958)

Not Rated | 74 min | Crime, Horror, Mystery

Although the police have termed her mother's death a suicide, a teenage girl believes her step-father murdered her.

Director: Guy Green | Stars: Peter van Eyck, Betta St. John, Mandy Miller, Grégoire Aslan

Votes: 982

DVD Distributor: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment (The Icons of Suspense Collection: Hammer Films)

{grouped with "Never Take Sweets from a Stranger", "Stop Me Before I Kill!", "Cash on Demand", "The Damned" and "Maniac"}

38. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959)

Not Rated | 87 min | Horror, Mystery

When a nobleman is threatened by a family curse on his newly inherited estate, detective Sherlock Holmes is hired to investigate.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Peter Cushing, André Morell, Christopher Lee, Marla Landi

Votes: 8,519

DVD Distributor: MGM Video

39. Ten Seconds to Hell (1959)

Approved | 93 min | Action, Drama, Romance

After 1945, six German ex-soldiers are hired to defuse unexploded Allied bombs in the ruins of Berlin.

Director: Robert Aldrich | Stars: Jack Palance, Jeff Chandler, Martine Carol, Robert Cornthwaite

Votes: 723

Alternate Title: The Phoenix

DVD Distributor: Kino Lorber [Blu-ray]

40. Yesterday's Enemy (1959)

Approved | 95 min | Drama, War

In World War II, during the Japanese invasion of Burma, the lost remnant of a British Army Brigade HQ, led by the ruthless Captain Alan Langford, escapes through the jungle toward the British lines.

Director: Val Guest | Stars: Stanley Baker, Guy Rolfe, Leo McKern, Gordon Jackson

Votes: 625

DVD Distributor: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [Region 2]

41. The Mummy (1959)

Unrated | 88 min | Adventure, Horror

In 1895, British archaeologists find and open the tomb of Egyptian Princess Ananka with nefarious consequences.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Yvonne Furneaux, Eddie Byrne

Votes: 7,379

DVD Distributor: Warner Home Video

42. The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)

Approved | 83 min | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi

A centenarian artist and scientist in 1890 Paris maintains his youth and health by periodically replacing a gland with that of a living person.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Christopher Lee, Arnold Marlé

Votes: 1,392

DVD Distributor: Legend Films (The Cult Horror Collection)

{grouped with Amicus' "The Skull" and "The Deadly Bees"}

43. The Stranglers of Bombay (1959)

80 min | Action, Adventure, History

In the 1830s, a captain in the East India Company lobbies to investigate the criminal Thugee Cult of Kali, an organized crime group of stranglers and thieves.

Director: Terence Fisher | Stars: Guy Rolfe, Allan Cuthbertson, Andrew Cruickshank, George Pastell

Votes: 755

DVD Distributor: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment (Icons of Adventure Collection)

{grouped with "The Terror of the Tongs", "The Pirates of Blood River" and "The Devil-Ship Pirates"}

44. Never Take Candy from A Stranger (1960)

Not Rated | 91 min | Drama, Horror, Mystery

Peter Carter meets official resistance when he finds his 9 year old daughter has been the victim of the pedophile patriarch of the town's most powerful family.

Director: Cyril Frankel | Stars: Gwen Watford, Patrick Allen, Felix Aylmer, Niall MacGinnis

Votes: 1,004