Dark Places

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This article is about the 1973 horror film. For the 2009 novel, see Dark Places (novel). For the upcoming film, see Dark Places (2014 film).
Dark Places
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Directed by Don Sharp
Produced by James Hannah Jr.
Written by Ed Brennan
Joseph Van Winkle
Starring Christopher Lee
Joan Collins
Herbert Lom
Music by Wilfred Josephs
Cinematography Ernest Steward
Edited by Teddy Darvas
Glenbeigh Limited
Distributed by Cinerama Releasing Corporation (USA)
Release dates
  • 1974 (1974)
Running time 91 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Dark Places is a 1973 British horror film directed by Don Sharp and starring Robert Hardy, Christopher Lee, Joan Collins and Herbert Lom.[1]


Dr. Mandeville (Christopher Lee) and his sister Sarah (Joan Collins) try to locate two suitcases of money hidden on a large estate of one of his former patients by posing as a potential heir. Also at the estate is mentally unstable Andrew (Robert Hardy), who begins to have flashbacks to the murders committed by the previous owner Edward (Hardy as well).



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