Approved | | Comedy, Horror, Mystery
In England, an American car salesman ends-up spending a stormy night at the mysterious and deadly mansion of a client's family.
Boris Karloff, who played the sinister butler Morgan in The Old Dark House (1932), was offered a role in this one as well, but turned it down because he didn't like the script and considered it too biased towards comedy instead of horror.
I capture time and space in my stitches. Sometimes I wonder what would happen if I stopped.
Tom Penderel: Happen? To you?
Agatha Femm: No, no. To the world.
In the opening credits, William Castle is credited as director twice: first "Produced and directed by William Castle" followed immediately by "Directed by William Castle."
This film was filmed in Eastmancolor, however it was released in American theaters in black and white. Color prints were released to American television, however.