The House That Wouldn't Die
The House That Wouldn't Die
Title: The House That Wouldn't Die
Directed by: John Llewellyn Moxey
Written by: Henry Farrell; Barbara Michaels
Produced by: Aaron Spelling; Steve Kibler
Music by: Laurence Rosenthal
Cinematography: Fleet Southcott
Edited by: Art Seid
Distributed by: Aaron Spelling Productions; Worldvision Enterprises
Released: October 27th, 1970
Running time: 74 min.
Country: USA
Language: English

The House That Wouldn't Die is an American gothic horror film directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. Made for television, it was first broadcast as ABC's "Movie of the Week" on October 27th, 1970. The film was based on the novel Ammie, Come Home by Barbara Michaels and produced by Aaron Spelling and his production company Aaron Spelling Productions. The premise of the film revolves around an old house haunted by the spirits of it's original owners. Ruth Bennett and her niece Sara Dunning inherit the house, but soon find themselves victims of possession.

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  • Alternatively known as The House That Would Not Die.
  • This is the first film work for associate producer Steve Kibler.

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