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  • The Dunwich Horror

    This is an interesting one. The Dunwich horror ( 1970 ) appears in the Australian trade publication The Film Weekly Motion Picture Directory of 1971 listed as Dunwich Horror when released in Sydney in 1970. The 1971 newspaper advertisement above confirms this so why did the Australian daybill produced for the 1970 release have Dunwich - A Story Of The Occult printed on it instead of The Dunwich Horror?   By the way the Australian artwork is completely different from the U.S. artwork and compared to it the Australian artwork is rather lame. 

  • Re: What Wasn't To Be In Film History

     Gale Sonderguard in a makeup wardrobe test for The Wizard Of Oz ( 1939 ) after being cast as the witch. She withdrew from the role of the ugly witch as she was afraid it could damage her career. Wise move or not ? I believe no one would have topped Margaret Hamilton's performance..

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