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Tales from the Crypt (1972) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Freddie Francis

Writing Credits  

Milton Subotsky ... (screenplay)
 
Al Feldstein ... (stories) and
Johnny Craig ... (stories) and
William M. Gaines ... (stories) (as Bill Gaines)
 
Graham Ingels ... (story "Poetic Justice" & "Wish You Were Here" illustrated by) (uncredited)
George Evans ... (story "Blind Alleys" illustrated by) (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Ralph Richardson ... The Crypt Keeper (as Sir Ralph Richardson)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Guide
Joan Collins ... Joanne Clayton (segment "And All Through the House")
Martin Boddey ... Husband (segment "And All Through the House")
Chloe Franks ... Daughter (segment "And All Through The House")
Oliver MacGreevy Oliver MacGreevy ... Maniac (segment "And All Through the House")
Ian Hendry ... Carl Maitland (segment "Reflection of Death")
Susan Denny Susan Denny ... Wife (segment "Reflection of Death")
Angela Grant Angela Grant ... Susan (segment "Reflection of Death") (as Angie Grant)
Peter Cushing ... Grimsdyke (segment "Poetic Justice")
Robin Phillips ... Elliot (segment "Poetic Justice")
David Markham David Markham ... Father (segment "Poetic Justice")
Robert Hutton ... Neighbour (segment "Poetic Justice")
Richard Greene ... Jason (segment "Wish You Were Here")
Barbara Murray ... Enid (segment "Wish You Were Here")
Roy Dotrice ... Gregory (segment "Wish You Were Here")
Nigel Patrick ... Rogers (segment "Blind Alleys")
Patrick Magee ... Carter (segment "Blind Alleys")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kay Adrian Kay Adrian ... Mrs. Davies (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Bart Allison Bart Allison ... Blind Man (uncredited)
Carlos Baker Carlos Baker ... Mrs. Davies's Son (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
John Barrard ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Carl Bernard Carl Bernard ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Dan Caulfield Dan Caulfield ... Postman (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Melinda Clancy Melinda Clancy ... Helen Carter (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Paul Clere Paul Clere ... Maitland's Son (segment "Reflection of Death") (uncredited)
Sharon Clere Sharon Clere ... Maitland's Daughter (segment "Reflection of Death") (uncredited)
Hugo De Vernier Hugo De Vernier ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Clifford Earl Clifford Earl ... Police Sergeant (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Edward Evans ... Constable Ramsey (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Frank Forsyth ... Tramp (segment "Reflection of Death") (uncredited)
Peter Fraser Peter Fraser ... Motorist (segment "Reflection of Death") (uncredited)
Chris Gannon ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Irene Gawne Irene Gawne ... Mrs. Phelps (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
George Herbert George Herbert ... Old Blind Man - Greenwood (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Ernest C. Jennings Ernest C. Jennings ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Harry Locke ... Harry the Cook (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
John Louis Mansi John Louis Mansi ... Second Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Stafford Medhurst Stafford Medhurst ... Mrs. Phelps' Son (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Bartlett Mullins Bartlett Mullins ... First Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Bert Palmer Bert Palmer ... Blind Man (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Robert Rietty Robert Rietty ... Radio Newcaster (segment "And All Through the House") (voice) (uncredited)
Len Saunders Len Saunders ... Old Man (uncredited)
Ann Sears ... Helen Carter's Mother (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Jayne Sofiano ... Secretary (segment "Wish You Were Here") (uncredited)
Peter Thomas Peter Thomas ... Pallbearer (segment "Wish You Were Here") (uncredited)
Graham Tonbridge Graham Tonbridge ... Pallbearer (uncredited)
Tony Wall Tony Wall ... Attendant (segment "Blind Alleys") (uncredited)
Hedger Wallace Hedger Wallace ... Detective (segment "Wish You Were Here") (uncredited)
Manning Wilson Manning Wilson ... Vicar (segment "Poetic Justice") (uncredited)
Fred Wood ... Second Mortician (uncredited)

Produced by 

Charles W. Fries ... executive producer (as Charles Fries)
Max Rosenberg ... producer (as Max J. Rosenberg)
Milton Subotsky ... producer

Music by 

Douglas Gamley

Cinematography by 

Norman Warwick ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Teddy Darvas

Casting By 

Ronnie Curtis

Art Direction by 

Tony Curtis

Makeup Department 

Roy Ashton ... chief makeup artist
Joan Carpenter ... chief hairdresser

Production Management 

Teresa Bolland ... production manager
Arthur Stolnitz ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Peter Saunders ... assistant director
Mike Higgins ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Terry Pearce ... third assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Helen Thomas ... set dresser
Michael Guyett ... scenic painter (uncredited)
Michael W. Moore ... prop maker (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Norman Bolland ... sound mixer
Pat Foster ... sound editor
Nolan Roberts ... dubbing mixer
Mike Tucker ... boom operator (uncredited)

Visual Effects by 

Doug Ferris ... matte artist (uncredited)
Gerald Larn ... matte painter (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

John Harris ... camera operator
John Brown ... still photographer (uncredited)
Trevor Coop ... clapper loader (uncredited)
David Wynn-Jones ... focus puller (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Bridget Sellers ... wardrobe mistress

Music Department 

Douglas Gamley ... conductor
Nicolas Kynaston ... musician: organ, Bach's Toccata & Fugue in D minor

Script and Continuity Department 

Penny Daniels ... continuity

Other crew 

William M. Gaines ... publisher: comic magazines 'Tales from the Crypt' and 'The Vault of Horror' (as Bill Gaines)
Paul Thompson ... production executive
Michael Walsh ... dog trainer: "Shane"
John Doran ... publicist (uncredited)

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