The Maze

The Maze

Director: William Cameron Menzies Cast: Richard Carlson, Veronica Hurst, Katherine Emery


$19.12 $19.99 Save 4% Current price is $19.12, Original price is $19.99. You Save 4%.
View All Available Formats & Editions
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Wednesday, September 25


The hero of The Maze turns out to be a giant frog, but that's hardly the most unbelievable aspect of this one-of-a-kind melodrama. It all begins when Scotsman Gerald McTeam (Richard Carlson) is called away to his ancestral mansion just before his marriage to Kitty (Veronica Hurst). Several weeks pass before it dawns on Kitty and her aunt Mrs. Murray (Katherine Emery, who narrates the film) that Gerald may not be coming back. The two women head to the mansion, where Gerald refuses to see them. The household servants likewise refuse access to Kitty and her aunt, but the two women intend to get to the bottom of the mystery, the solution of which seems to be somewhere in the huge maze in the rear of the castle. And that's all that can be revealed without giving the game away. Lensed in 3D, The Maze was one of two fascinating fantasy films directed in 1953 by production designer William Cameron Menzies: the other was Invaders from Mars.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/24/2018
UPC: 0738329226794
Original Release: 1953
Rating: NR
Source: Kl Studio Classics
Sales rank: 23,646

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Carlson Gerald McTeam
Veronica Hurst Kitty Murray
Katherine Emery Mrs. Murray
Michael Pate William
John Dodsworth Dr. Bert Dilling
Hillary Brooke Peggy Lord
Stanley Fraser Robert
Lillian Bond Mrs. Dilling
Owen McGiveney Simon
Clyde Cook Cab Driver
Robin Hughes Richard Roblar

Technical Credits
William Cameron Menzies Director,Production Designer
John C. Fuller Editor
Victor Heerman Producer
Richard V. Heermance Producer
Dave Milton Art Director
Harry Neumann Cinematographer
Marlin Skiles Score Composer
Dan Ullman Screenwriter

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews