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Endless Night (1972)
Starring: Hywel Bennett, Britt Ekland, Hayley Mills, Per Oscarsson, George Sanders
Director: Sydney Gilliat
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Foreign
Studio: Anchor Bay
99 mins



"A Gripping Thriller!"-Leonard Maltin

Hayley Mills stars as a wealthy heiress who marries her mysterious yet ambitious chauffeur.Searching for their 'dream house', the couple move into a palatial country estate that is rumored to be cursed.But when murder begins to make itself at home, the stage is set for a stunning climax that even hardcore Christie fans consider one of her most surprising -- and shocking -- twists ever.

George Sanders, Britt Ekland, Per Oscarsson, Hywe Bennett and Lois Maxwell co-star in this dark and gripping mystery thriller, masterfully adapted from the novel that AgathaChristie considered one of her personal favorites.