Salem's Lot (TV)

USA 1979

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Directed by Tobe Hooper

Young novelist returning home to Salem's Lot after many years is disturbed by the strange behaviour of its people. He begins to believe that the source of the trouble may be the eerie old Marsten House that overlooks the town

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Cast:
David Soul as Ben Mears
James Mason as Richard K. Straker
Lance Kerwin as Mark Petrie
Bonnie Bedelia as Susan Norton
Lew Ayres as Jason Berk
Julie Cobb as Bonnie Sawyer
Elisha Cook Jr. as Gordon 'Weasel' Phillips (as Elisha Cook)
George Dzundza as Cully Sawyer
Ed Flanders as Dr. Bill Norton
Clarissa Kaye-Mason as Majorie Glick (as Clarissa Kaye)
Geoffrey Lewis as Mike Ryerson
Barney McFadden as Ned Tebbets
Kenneth McMillan as Constable Parkins Gillespie
Fred Willard as Larry Crockett
Marie Windsor as Eva Miller

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France, 1971

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