The black castle

Directed by: Nathan Juran, USA, 1952

USA, 1952


Cast and Credits

Production Universal Pictures
Producer William Alland
Director Nathan Juran
Scenario Nathan Juran
Director of Photography Irving Glassberg
Editor Russell F. Schoengarth
Art Director Bernard Herzbrun
Alfred Sweeney
Costume Design Bill Thomas
Cast Richard Greene
Boris Karloff [Dr. Meissen]
Stephen McNally [Count Karl von Bruno]
Paula Corday [Countess Elga von Bruno]
Lon Chaney jr. [Gargon]
John Hoyt [Count Steyken]
Michael Pate [Count Ernst von Melcher]
Michael Pate [Therese Von Wilk]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,
Sound System: mono

Remarks and general Information in German: Spielfilmdebüt des Regisseurs Nathan Juran (lhg 2009)

General Information

The black castle is a motion picture produced in the year 1952 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Nathan Juran, with Richard Greene, Boris Karloff, Stephen McNally, Paula Corday, Lon Chaney jr., in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The black castle available.

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