13 Ghosts

13 Ghosts is a 1960 American horror film written by Robb White and directed by William Castle starring Jo Morrow, Rosemary DeCamp, Martin Milner, Donald Woods, and 12-year-old child actor Charles Herbert. The film also co-features experienced character actress Margaret Hamilton. The film was released on a double bill in 1960 with either The Electronic Monster or Battle in Outer Space in most areas. Throughout the film, Buck (Herbert) refers to the housekeeper Elaine (Hamilton) as a witch. Though this was never confirmed, there is the possibility that these inside references were an acknowledgement of Hamilton's best known role as the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz (1939). At the end of the film, Buck says to Elaine, "You really are a witch, aren't you?", to which she replies, "Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies."

Genre: Horror
Production: Columbia Pictures
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