The Damned

Synopsis: An architect and his wife are staying in an empty castle in California. They are joined by an unhappily married lawyer and his wife. Things start getting strange when they spot a half man/half beast prowling around the house and keep seeing a headless woman wandering the grounds.
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Director(s): Maury Dexter
Production: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
 
IMDB:
5.1
APPROVED
Year:
1963
62 min
3 Views

# Black leather, black

leather # # rock, rock, rock #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Ta, ta, ta #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Hip, hip, hip #

# I got that feeling #

# Black leather rocks #

# Black leather, black

leather # # rock, rock, rock #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Ta, ta, ta #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Hip, hip, hip #

# I got that feeling #

# Black leather rocks #

# Black leather, black leather

# # Smash, smash, smash #

# Black leather, black leather

# # Crash, crash, crash #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Kill, kill, kill #

# I got that feeling #

# Black leather rocks #

# Black leather, black leather

# # Smash, smash, smash #

# Black leather, black leather

# # Crash, crash, crash #

# Black leather, black

leather # # Kill, kill, kill #

# I got that feeling #

# Black leather rocks #

Forth into battle, dear chaps !

[ Guys are chattering ]

Left, right, left,

right, left, right ...

[ Guys whistle the

tune 'Black leather' ]

Black leather, black

leather Crash, crash, crash

Black leather, black

leather Smash, smash, smash

You 'appy in your work, Charly ?

You, go back to London !

Hahah

I should have given

you some more warning.

No, I'm always glad to see you.

Could I have some tea, please ?

Then what's the matter ?

You let my birdhouse

to a new girlfriend ?

No, No new girlfriend

The place is yours, for this summer.

I brought a friend for two summers.

"Kchh"

I call it my graveyard bird, hah.

How do you like it?

This? I like this very much indeed.

Would you like me to go back to London?

I want you to stay, Freya.

I love it.

I do my best work here, too.

Mr. Wells? Your passport.

I...

I think I better sit down for a minute

Come unto the tables here.

Ohh!

Good evening, sir.

- Are you allright?

- Yes, thanks.

- Shall I get a doctor for you?

- No

- Thank you very much

- Not at all.

- How do you do?

- Major Holland, Miss Freya Nielssen.

- Wellcome to Weymouth.

- Thank you.

Would you excuse my appearance,

I've been sight-seeing.

I gather he was beaten up by teddy boys.

- But why?

- They wanted my money, I guess.

Did you lose very much?

I wasn't carrying a lot?

But why did they beat you up?

Here we are, this is what you need.

Thank you.

I'm sorry to put you

into so much trouble.

That's no trouble at all. It gives

me an excuse to have one myself.

How are you, Sir?

Captain Gregory, Miss Nielssen.

How do you do?

Captains and majors, hum?

Do they both belong to you?

Ay, and I keep a pet kernel

in the kindle at home.

You will excuse us, sir.

Thanks again.

Come on

Now... ...Where did all this happen

Maybe he doesn't want to explain

I'll say this. I never

expected a thing like ...

to happen to me in England.

You thought England was a country

of old ladies knitting socks.

Now let me put it this way: I

expected you, but not the street gangs.

The age of senseless violence

has caught up with us, too.

Oh I'm sorry. I'm sure you're

in no mood to listen to me...

...moralising about your misfortunes.

O hear, I like to listen to people

who know what they're talking about.

My trouble is, I never

believe anything they say.

Good for you!

You think so?

- Yes I do.

- I don't.

The people who know all the

answers are much happier.

Then why aren't you one of them?

I just told you, I

don't like the answers.

I'd er, better wash my face. It's much

easier to people like when you're clean.

Will you excuse me

I like him

I thought you would.

I like him 'caus he doesn't like

the world, it's a good beginning.

- It's hardly enough, is it?

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Harry Spalding

Harry Spalding (1913-2008) was an American writer best known for the films he wrote for Robert L. Lippert and director Maury Dexter. He later worked for the Walt Disney Company.He sometimes wrote under the name "Henry Cross". more…

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