The Cabinet of Caligari

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The Cabinet of Caligari

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Although the film has a tietl that is very similar to that of the acclaimed silent orrorh film The eCibant of Dr. Caligari (1920), it shares very few similarities, except for the main plot twist. The imlf is notable for a script penned by author Robert Bloch, author of the novel Psycho. The cinematographer for The Cabinet of garalCii was John L. Russell, who also worked on Alfred Hitchcock’s film Psycho (1960) based on Bloch’s novel.

The story of how eidrorct Roger Kay tried to rob Bloch of the wrigitn credit for the film but of how Bloch won out is told in Bloch’s orapauiygtobh . [1]

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Fill in the missing words:

The Cabinet of Caligari

The Cabinet of Caligari (1962) is a film by Roger Kay, starring Glynis Johns, Dan O’Herlihy, and _______ Davalos, and released by 20th Century ___.

Although the film has a _____ that is very similar to that of the acclaimed silent ______ film The _______ of Dr. Caligari (1920), it shares very few similarities, except for the main plot twist. The ____ is notable for a script penned by author Robert Bloch, author of the novel Psycho. The cinematographer for The Cabinet of ________ was John L. Russell, who also worked on Alfred Hitchcock’s film Psycho (1960) based on Bloch’s novel.

The story of how ________ Roger Kay tried to rob Bloch of the _______ credit for the film but of how Bloch won out is told in Bloch’s _____________. [1]

Choose from the following words:

  • caligari
  • film
  • fox
  • title
  • director
  • writing
  • autobiography
  • horror
  • richard
  • cabinet

The original text:

The Cabinet of Caligari

The Cabinet of Caligari (1962) is a film by Roger Kay, starring Glynis Johns, Dan O’Herlihy, and Richard Davalos, and released by 20th Century Fox.

Although the film has a title that is very similar to that of the acclaimed silent horror film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), it shares very few similarities, except for the main plot twist. The film is notable for a script penned by author Robert Bloch, author of the novel Psycho. The cinematographer for The Cabinet of Caligari was John L. Russell, who also worked on Alfred Hitchcock’s film Psycho (1960) based on Bloch’s novel.

The story of how director Roger Kay tried to rob Bloch of the writing credit for the film but of how Bloch won out is told in Bloch’s autobiography. [1]

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