Overview

American professor John Holden arrives in London for a conference on parapsychology only to discover that the colleague he was supposed to meet was killed in a freak accident the day before. It turns out that the deceased had been investigating a cult lead by Dr. Julian Karswell. Though a skeptic, Holden is suspicious of the devil-worshiping Karswell. Following a trail of mysterious manuscripts, Holden enters a world that makes him question his faith in science.

  1. Jacques Tourneur

    Director

  2. Hal E. Chester

    Screenplay

  3. Charles Bennett

    Screenplay

  4. M.R. James

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dana Andrews

    Dana Andrews

    Dr. John Holden

  2. Peggy Cummins

    Peggy Cummins

    Joanna Harrington

  3. Niall MacGinnis

    Niall MacGinnis

    Dr. Julian Karswell

  4. Athene Seyler

    Athene Seyler

    Mrs. Karswell

  5. Liam Redmond

    Liam Redmond

    Professor Mark O'Brien

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Status Released

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  • July 1, 1958
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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