Carnival of Souls
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Carnival of Souls (1962, USA) is a Horror film directed by Herk Harvey.
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- Featured in: Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies | Weird Cinema: 15 Freaky Flicks
- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Included in: July 2008 Features
- Released in 1962
- Black and White
- Running Time: 78 min | 91 min (original version) | USA: 84 min (director's cut)
- Production Co: Harcourt Productions | Off Color Films
- Distribution Co: Herts-Lion Internation Corp. (USA) | Cinépix Film Properties (CFP) (Canada) (rerelease) | Filmipojat (Finland)
- Produced and Directed by Herk Harvey
- Written by John Clifford (screen story) and Herk Harvey (story) (uncredited)
- Starring Candace Hilligoss, Frances Feist, Sidney Berger
- Original Music by Gene Moore
- Cinematography by Maurice Prather
- Film Editing by Bill De Jarnette and Dan Palmquist
- After a traumatic accident, a woman becomes drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival.
Also Known As
- Carnaval de Almas (Brazil)
- Carnaval de las almas, El (Spain)
- Carnaval des âmes, Le (France)
- Corridors of Evil (USA)
- Helvetilliset (Finland)
- Infernaliska, De (Finland) (Swedish title)
- Kadotettuja sieluja (Finland) (informal title)
- Karnawal umarlych (Poland)
- Tanz der toten Seelen (West Germany)
- She Was A Stranger Among The Living.
- She Escaped Death. Now It Wants Her Back!
- Is there death after life?
- A story so unusual it will burn itself into your mind.
- A weird tale of the unnatural.
- A picture that will haunt you.