I Bury the Living 1958 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer



I Bury the Living 1958 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

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SHOCKS THAT CHALLENGE THE IMAGINATION!!!
THE MOST SPINE-CHILLING CRY THAT EVER FROZE THE BLOOD!…
Out of a time-rotted tomb crawls an unspeakable horror!
A creature to freeze your blood! A story to chill your soul!

Cemetery director Robert Kraft discovers that by arbitrarily changing the status of plots from empty to occupied on the planogram causes the death of the plots’ owners. —nufs68

Through a series of macabre “coincidences,” the newly-elected director of a cemetery (Richard Boone) begins to believe that he can cause the deaths of living owners of burial plots by merely changing the push-pin color from white (living) to black (dead) on a large wall map of the cemetery that notes those plots. —mperryo@yahoo.com

Unjustly ignored by many books on the horror film, I Bury the Living is a bone-chilling little mood piece, almost completed dominated by Richard Boone. Expertly avoiding the obvious throughout the film, Boone gives a thoroughly credible performance of a troubled man who labors under the misapprehension that he is God. Boone plays the new chairman of a large cemetery; in his office is a map of the grounds, with black pins representing the occupied plots, and white pins representing plots that have been purchased but not yet filled. When Boone inadvertently mixes up the black and white pins, several of the plot owners suffer untimely deaths. Inevitably, Boone becomes convinced that he has the power of life and death–a conviction that doesn’t completely dissipate once the secret behind the sudden deaths is revealed. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Synopsis: Spoilers?
Title and credits run over a section of granite headstone. We pull back to reveal a cemetery and are shown text, “Science has learned that man possesses powers that go beyond the boundaries of the natural. This is the story of one confronted by such strange forces within himself.” Robert Kraft (Richard Boone) and the caretaker, Andy McKee (Theodore Bikel) walk to the Immortal Hills Cemetary office building. Bob Kraft has taken over the chairmanship of the cemetery and is briefed on the routine by Andy. Bob notices a map on the wall of the cemetery. Andy explains that a black pin on a plot indicates someone buried and a white pin indicates a sold plot not yet occupied. Bob asks Andy, “McKee you’ve been on the job now forty years, right?” Andy replies, “Aye,” in his Scottish accent. Bob informs him he is to be retired and assures him he will draw the same monthly paycheck. Bob asks Andy for a replacement recommendation. Andy walks over to the desk and pulls a gun. He tells Bob it is available in case of emergencies. A young couple drives up to the office. It is Stuart Drexel (and uncredited Glen Vernon) and his new bride Elizabeth (an uncredited Lynette Bernay).

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Plot: Spoiler?
Robert Kraft (Boone) is the newly appointed chairman of a committee that oversees a large cemetery. The cemetery caretaker, Andy MacKee (Bikel), keeps a map in the cemetery office displaying the grounds and each gravesite. Filled graves are marked by black pins and unoccupied but sold graves are marked with white pins. New to the position and unobservant, Kraft accidentally places a pair of black pins where they don’t belong, only to discover later that the young couple who had bought the gravesites in question died in an automobile accident soon afterward. He believes that he marked them for death.

Hoping it will give him peace of mind, Robert replaces a random white pin with a black pin. When that person dies later in the week, however, he becomes increasingly convinced that either he or the map wield some kind of dark power. Repeated experiments, undertaken upon the insistence of skeptical friends and co-workers, yield the same result. Kraft slips into deep guilt and depression and believes he is cursed.

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051755/
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051755/plotsummary?ref_=ttpl_ql_3#synopsis
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051755/plotsummary?ref_=ttpl_ql_2

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