Tales from the crypt. Season 3
    (2006, original release: 1991)



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[Burbank, Calif.] : Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., [1991]
[Burbank, Calif.] : Warner Home Entertainment, [2006]
3 DVDs (approximately 336 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in
1419817272, 9781419817274, 0012569733626 73362, 012569733626

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The Crypt Keeper is back to host this scare-rific collection of all 14 complete and uncut episodes from Season 3 of the series that ran seven memorably spooktacular seasons

"As originally published by William M. Gaines in E.C. Comics Publications."

Special features: A Tall Tales Panel, series creators and admirers celebrate the show in a Crypt Seminar ; a Tales from the Crypt reunion, a panel discussion ; Crypt Jam music videos

Director of photography, Robert Draper ... and others ; editing, Lou Angelo ... and others ; episodal music, Jimmy Webb ... and others ; series theme music, Danny Elfman

Voice: John Kassir

Originally broadcast on television during the 1991-1992 season

Not rated. Contains images of adult situations and nudity

In English with optional English, French, or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned


Episode 1.

Loved to death / screenplay by Joe Minion, directed by Tom Mankiewicz --

Episode 2.

Carrion death / screenplay and directed by Steven E de Souza --

Episode 3.

Trap / screenplay by Scott Alexander, directed by Michael J. Fox --

Episode 4.

Abra cadaver / screenplay by Jim Birge, directed by Stephen Hopkins --

Episode 5.

Top billing / screenplay by Myles Berkowitz, directed by Todd Holland --

Episode 6.

Dead wait / screenplay by Gilbert Adler, directed by Tobe Hooper --

Episode 7.

Reluctant vampire / screenplay by William Gaines, directed by Elliot Silverstein --

Episode 8.

Easel kill ya / screenplay by Larry Wilson, directed by John Harrison --

Episode 9.

Undertaking palor / screenplay by Ron Finley, directed by Michael Thau --

Episode 10.

Mournin' mess / screenplay and directed by Manny Coto --

Episode 11.

Split second / screenplay by Richard Christian Matheson, directed by Russell Mulcahy --

Episode 12.

Deadline / screenplay by Mae Woods, directed by Walter Hill --

Episode 13.

Spoiled / screenplay by Connie Johnson, directed by Andy Wolk --

Episode 14.

Yellow / screenplay by Gilbert Adler, directed by Robert Zemeckis

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