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* FakeAmerican: Most of the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. The exceptions are Venetia Stevenson, who plays Nan (Although English born, she grew up in California), and Betta St.John (Pat).

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* FakeAmerican: Most of the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. The exceptions are Venetia Stevenson, who plays Nan (Although Nan[[note]]Although English born, she grew up in California), California[[/note]] and actual American Betta St.John (Pat).as Pat.


* BillingDisplacement: Venetia Stevens is only billed with 'And Introducing' despite Nan being the central character [[spoiler: for the first half hour anyway]].

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* BillingDisplacement: Venetia Stevens Stevenson is only billed with 'And Introducing' despite Nan being the central character [[spoiler: for the first half hour anyway]].



* FakeAmerican: All the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. The exception is Venetia Stevenson, who plays Nan. Although English born, she grew up in California.

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* FakeAmerican: All Most of the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. The exception is exceptions are Venetia Stevenson, who plays Nan. Although Nan (Although English born, she grew up in California.California), and Betta St.John (Pat).


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The story was intended as a pilot for a horror series with Boris Karloff starring. It was never made and the script instead became a standalone film.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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The story was intended as a pilot for a horror series with Boris Karloff starring. It was never made and the script instead became a standalone film.film.
** Following on from the above, the pilot would have ended with [[spoiler: Nan's sudden death]]. The second half of the film added the plot of [[spoiler: Dick and Bill investigating her disappearance]].
* YouLookFamiliar: If you look at the opening scene, two old women appear again when Nan visits the town.


* TheDanza: Tom Naylor plays Tom Maitland.



* FakeAmerican: All the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters.

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* FakeAmerican: All the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. The exception is Venetia Stevenson, who plays Nan. Although English born, she grew up in California.


* BillingDisplacement: Venetia Stevens is only billed with 'And Introducing' despite Nan being the central character [[spoiler: for the first half hour anyway]].



* FakeAmerican: The three male leads -- Christopher Lee, Dennis Lotis, and Tom Naylor -- are all British actors playing American characters.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The American release cuts out three lines in which characters invoke the name of Lucifer - despite being plot-relevant - because the censors found them offensive.
* FakeAmerican: The three male leads -- Christopher Lee, Dennis Lotis, and Tom Naylor -- are all All the cast were made up of British actors playing American characters. characters.
* FollowTheLeader:
** The film bears several similarities to ''{{Film/Psycho}}'' - involving the protagonist [[spoiler: being murdered at the halfway mark, with her sibling then investigating her disappearance]]. Bonus points for both featuring creepy hotels prominently, as well as a climax [[spoiler: involving the villainess's withered face]]. But this one was actually in production first, and both were coincidentally released the same year.
** During the 60s there would be several films dealing with devil worship and black magic - such as ''Film/TheWitches1966'', ''Film/TheDevilRidesOut'', ''Film/EyeOfTheDevil'' and ''Film/TheWickerMan1973''.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The story was intended as a pilot for a horror series with Boris Karloff starring. It was never made and the script instead became a standalone film.

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* TheDanza: Tom Naylor plays Tom Maitland.
* FakeAmerican: The three male leads -- Christopher Lee, Dennis Lotis, and Tom Naylor -- are all British actors playing American characters.
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