The Masque of the Red Death (1964) - Trailer
Cast: Gaye Brown, Fred Wood, Vincent Price, Nigel Green, Robert Brown, Hugh Morton, Delia Linden, Jane Asher, Alan Dalton, Jean Lodge, David Weston, Gladys Davison, Tony Manning, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Robert de Warren, Len Martin, Patrick Magee, Julian Burton, Rosemarie Dunham, Norman McDowell, David Davies, Jane Evans, Joan Palethorpe, Doreen Dawn, Dorothy Fraser, Fred Peters, Brian Hewlett, Edith Gey, Maureen Sims, Hazel Court
Director(s): Roger Corman
Trailer: The Masque of the Red Death (1964)
A European prince terrorizes the local peasantry while using his castle as a refuge against the "Red Death" plague that stalks the land.
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THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH
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Synopsis:The evil Prince Prospero is riding through the Catania village when he sees that the peasants are dying of Red Death plague. Prospero asks to burn down the village and he is offended by the villagers Gino and his father-in-law Ludovico. He decides to kill them, but Gino's wife, the young and beautiful Francesca, begs for the lives of her husband and her father and Prospero brings them alive to his castle expecting to corrupt Francesca. Propero worships Satan and invites his noble friends to stay in his castle that is a shelter of depravity against the plague. When Prospero invites his guests to attend a masked ball, he sees a red hooded stranger and he believes that Satan himself has attended his party. But soon he learns who his mysterious guest is.