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"The Screaming Skull" - Supernatural Horror Thriller
released on August 1, 1958

The Actors: John Hudson (Eric Whitlock), Peggy Webber (Jenni Whitlock), Russ Conway (Reverend Edward Snow), Tony Johnson (Mrs. Snow), Alex Nicol (Mickey the gardener)

The Producer's Promise

The Screaming SkullBefore our thriller opens the producer of the story gives every viewer a promise . . . We are told that the impact of this story is so terrifying that it may have an unforeseen effect on us . . . it may kill us! The producer then gives us all a guarantee that if anyone in the movie theater audience dies as a result of watching this story, that dead audience member would have their entire funeral expenses paid for by the producer. . . Before we talk about this 1958 movie, let me tell you about the real screaming skull . . . at Bettiscomb Manor in Dorset, England you can see a wooden box containing the skull of a black slave who wanted more than anything else in the world to have his remains taken back to his native land when he died. This was not done, and his skull, inside that wooden box, screams every evening . . . . Terrifying everyone in earshot . . . . True story . . . . In our 1958 drive-in terror story Eric marries a young girl Marian, and they live on her family estate with mentally challenged gardener Mickey. One night wife Marian slips on the edge of the lily pond and falls in and dies. Now, a couple of years later, her husband Eric has fallen in love with Jenni, and as our adventure opens he is taking her to the mansion that he has inherited from his first wife Marian. Eric inherited not only the mansion, but the services of Mickey, the strange gardener/groundskeeper. It doesn't take long before strange things start happening at the mansion, and new wife Jenni may be going insane . . . Or maybe the spirit of first wife Marian is haunting the new loving couple . . . . Her skull appears in places that it should not be . . . . screams in the night ring out as Eric and Jenni believe that the half-wit gardener must be plotting some deranged revenge for the death of Marian . . . I won't go much further in the plot, but I will tell you that if you are a horror movie fan you will early-on make a decision on who is good and who is evil . . . You may be correct . . . or not . . . . But no matter . . . . Because you will not predict the terrifying ending . . . . I guarantee that . . . . But I will NOT guarantee to pay for your final expenses if you are scared to death at the ending . . . . Someone is knocking on my door . . . . I must go and answer the knock . . . . Who could it be? . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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Thank You!

2014 was an exciting year for me, and I want to say thank you to every visitor that enjoys these old movies as much as I do. Four years ago I found myself with the knowledge to create nice web pages, along with a stack of old public domain movies that I owned and enjoyed. I decided to share them with the world . . . I thought that the 150 or so movies that I had collected were all the public domain movies in existence, but soon discovered more, and with good research and the help of the internet I am still discovering lost classics to share. Thanks to the amazing people at the Dream Network I am able to share more than 2,000 almost forgotten classics, with many more sitting on my shelf waiting their turn to be added to this web site. In 2014 the number of friends visiting the site and enjoying the movies tripled, and I am very grateful. One day in 2014 I got an e-mail note from Sir Robert Rietty, a British actor and voice-over specialist who wanted to thank me for sharing movies featuring himself and his famous acting teacher father Victor Rietti. We became e-mail friends, and I was able to find even more of his movies that were in public domain and share them with him and you, and Sir Robert was gracious enough to share behind-the-scenes stories about some of his experiences. I have also been honored to meet and become friends with Canadian director Rex Bromfield, a longtime friend of Richard Burton. Rex shared two experiences with Burton that have never been made public before, and I shared them with you in my reviews of the 1973 Welsh productions starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Divorce His and the sequel Divorce Hers. I was also fortunate in discovering Adrian, a film collector in England, and I have been able to purchase many old British films that I, and indeed most folk outside Britain have never seen or heard of. It appears that 2015 will be the year of British Classics thanks to Adrian. I cannot describe with words how much joy I am enjoying while building this web site and sharing the movies that I love with the rest of the world. Thank you all for sharing in my journey and exploring the stories produced during the first years of motion picture history. The past four years have been an incredible journey, but I suspect that the best is yet ahead of us, so stick around and visit often . . . And don't be shy about sending me a note, I cherish every one and respond to all of them.

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