The Oblong Box

"Unbearable"

The Oblong Box Review


The oblong box is of course a casket, but who's inside? Unfortunately I stopped caring about 15 minutes into this overheated and poorly constructed horror miss, an awfully vapid something or other about human experimentation and strange family relations. A real low point for Price and Lee.


The Oblong Box

Facts and Figures

Run time: 91 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 11th June 1969

Budget: $175 thousand

Distributed by: American International Picture

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 57%
Fresh: 4 Rotten: 3

IMDB: 6.0 / 10

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Starring: as Sir Julian Markham, as Dr. J. Neuhartt, as Joshua Kemp, as Heidi, as Sally Baxter, Alister Williamson as Sir Edward Markham, as Samuel Trench, Hilary Dwyer as Lady Elizabeth Markham


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