This spooky drama comes from the last days of “Suspense”. It aired on October 30, 1962. And it’s a great one. Haunted mansions, whimpering dogs, and mysterious doors! Will get you in the Halloween mood a few weeks early.
Who’d have thought that one of the best trick or treating scenes in a movie would come from a lavish MGM musical. But it does. This famous, and very effective, scene comes from Vincent Minelli’s Meet Me in St. Louis.