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Picture Mommy Dead (1966) was a Horror Film directed by Bert I. Gordon and produced by Robert Aldrich and Bert I. Gordon.

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Picture Mommy Dead (1966)

By Beatrice on May 24, 2019 From Flickers in Time

Picture Mommy Dead Directed by Bert I. Gordon Written by Robert Sherman 1966/US Bert I. Gordon Productions First viewing/YouTube I watched this for the Old Hollywood cast. ?Unfortunately, the material let the actors down Susan (Susan Gordon) has just returned to the family manse from a stay in an... Read full article


Picture Mommy Dead (1966)

on Oct 27, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film

How can a film with the likes of Don Ameche, Martha Hyer, and Zsa Zsa Gabor be so bad? Okay, Gabor’s name should have tipped me off, but what exactly enticed the latter two stars to join this? Far from the worst horror film I’ve watched,?Picture Mommy Dead?is on par with several late-196... Read full article


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Greystone, the Beverly Hills mansion that doubles as the Shelley home, was unfurnished. Director Bert I. Gordon finagled and wound-up obtaining all of the furnishings from newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst's New York City apartment for use in the movie.
In order to appear more sinister, Maxwell Reed asked to have the scar makeup applied to the left side of his face, which he claimed was his good side.
Star Martha Hyer was a noted art collector and allowed some of her most valuable paintings to adorn the walls in the film.
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Also directed by Bert I. Gordon




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Also released in 1966




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