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STREAMING SATURDAY!! Gather Round for Tales of Terror from Basil Rathbone, James Mason and Christopher Lee!

Happy Halloween, my fabulous family of friends! Welcome to a special edition of Streaming Saturdays!

Gather round as Basil Rathbone, James Mason and Christopher Lee, three of the most compelling taletellers in all of classic film, share some of their favorite poems and stories by Edgar Allan Poe. Mason reads The Telltale Heart and Silence; Lee reads The Fall of the House of Usher and The Raven, and Rathbone reads The Cask of Amontillado. As an added bonus, The Telltale Heart is set to a cartoon from the amazing animators at UPA!

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So listen, my children, and you shall hear… delicious tales of dread and fear!

The Telltale Heart:

Silence:

The Fall of the House of Usher:

The Raven:

The Cask of Amontillado:

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

STREAMING SATURDAYS is a regular feature on Sister Celluloid, bringing you a free fun film every week! You can catch up on movies you may have missed by clicking here! And why not bookmark the page to make sure you never miss another?

2 Comments

  1. I have all these om CD and/or Mp3. I think the Raven by Lee is the best version ever!

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