Gli Orrori Del Castello Di Norimberga (1972)
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A young man, Peter, returns to Austria in search of his heritage. There he visits the castle of an ancestor, a sadistic Baron who was cursed to a violent death by a witch whom the Baron had burned at the stake. Peter reads aloud the incantation that causes Baron Blood to return and continue his murderous tortures.
He sought the ultimate in HUMAN AGONY... with instruments of TORTURE ghastly beyond belief!
Also Known As:
The Torture Chamber of Baron Blood
Title: Gli Orrori Del Castello Di Norimberga
Release Date: October 27, 1972
Runtime: 98 mins
All Genres: Horror
Country: West Germany, Italy
IMDB Rating: 5.9
Buried.com Rating: 6.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With G
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Joseph Cotten ...Baron Otto von Kleist / Alfred Becker
Elke Sommer ...Eva Arnold
Massimo Girotti ...Dr. Karl Hummel
Rada Rassimov ...Christina Hoffmann
Antonio Cantafora ...Peter Kleist
Umberto Raho ...Inspector (as Humi Raho)
Luciano Pigozzi ...Fritz (as Alan Collins)
Dieter Tressler ...Mayor Dortmundt
Pilar Castel ...Madeleine, the doctor's assistant
Gustavo De Nardo ...Dr. Werner Hessler
Nicoletta Elmi ...Gretchen Hummel
Irio Fantini ...
Rolf Hadrich ...Auctioner
Maurice Poli ...Land surveyor
Helena Ronee ...Elisabeth Holle
Valeria Sabel ...Martha Hummel
Samuel Z. Arkoff
Gli Orrori Del Castello Di Norimberga Horror Film Trailer 1
More Movie Taglines:
- He sought the ultimate in HUMAN AGONY... with instruments of TORTURE ghastly beyond belief!
- Originally director Mario Bava didn't want to shoot the film outside of Italy but after producer Alfred Leone found the castle location in Vienna, Austria Bava decided it was a perfect setting for the film.
The Vienna castle that the film was shot at was actually a museum that was filled with valuable antiques; among them a chair valued at a half a million dollars.
At first Vincent Price was approached to star in the production but Price declined. Then Ray Milland was considered, however Milland was unable to travel to the shoot. Finally veteran actor Joseph Cotton was suggested and to Bava's surprise Cotton accepted the role.
Producer Alfred Leone cameos in the film as one of the passengers aboard the plane during the opening credits.
Reportedly the first film to ever be shot aboard a 747 aircraft.
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