The Undead (film)

1957 film by Roger Corman

The Undead is a 1957 film about a beautiful woman who is sent back in time via hypnosis to the Middle Ages where she finds she is suspected of being a witch.

Directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith.
Terror... that screams from the grave!  (taglines)

Smolkin, the GravediggerEdit

  • [singing] Three Witches have heads,
    But they'll sever them all.
    The head of Helen is the third that must fall.
    All the Kings horses and all the Kings men cannot put the witches together again.
  • Hickory dickory dorse,
    My guest is dead, of course.
    The clock struck two,
    He's turning blue,
    With little or no remorse.

DialogueEdit

Livia: No one has ever called me a witch!
Meg Maud: And lived to see another witch?

TaglinesEdit

  • A thousand years of naked terror!
  • Terror... that screams from the grave!

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