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Foto: The Omen, 1976  Horror Starring: Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner  Rated MA15+ Restricted To Audiences 15 Years And Over

Foto: The Omen, 1976 Horror Starring: Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner Rated Restricted To Audiences 15 Years And Over

The Omen (1976)

The Omen , Harvey spencer Stephens, Richard Donner, Lee Remick, Gregory Peck

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Gregory Peck as Robert Thorn & Lee Remick as Katherine Thorn in The Omen

Stephens (pictured centre) starred alongside Gregory Peck and Lee Remick in the 1976 horror smash The Omen which was directed by Richard Donner and produced by Harvey Bernhard

Boy who played Damien in The Omen spared jail for road rage attack

Stephens (pictured centre) starred alongside Gregory Peck and Lee Remick in the 1976 horror smash The Omen which was directed by Richard Donner and produced by Harvey Bernhard

Gregory Peck - the talent, the look, the voice, the style...the full package

ON THE BEACH - Gregory Peck on the beach in Melbourne, Australia - Based on the novel by Nevin Shute - Produced & Directed by Stanley Kramer - United Artists -

"Trilogy of Terror" is a three-part made-for-television horror film, first aired as an ABC Movie of the Week on March 4, 1975. The film was originally a failed pilot for a horror anthology television series. The best segment, hands-down, stars Karen Black as "Amelia" in the story of a woman alone in her high-rise apartment with a rather determined Zuni fetish doll.

ABC Circle Films "Trilogy of Terror" Karen Black Portrays 4 Characters in 3 parts. ''Professor'' ''Twin Sisters'' and "Amelia" is the story of a woman alone in her high-rise apartment with a rather determined Zuni Fetish Doll.

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Universal Monster Nesting Dolls, via Etsy. (Dracula, Frankenstein, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and the Mummy).

Barbara Steele dans "le masque du Démon" (Mario Bava)

Black Sunday (Italian, Directed by Mario Bava. Not a terrifically scary horror film, but quite violent for the

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