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Horror of Blackwood Castle (Der Hund von Blackwood Castle), The
The Horror of Blackwood Castle (Der Hund von Blackwood Castle ("The Hound of Blackwood Castle") is a 1968 German detective movie directed by Alfred Vohrer. Despite the film is listed in Edgar Wallace film series, it isn't based on any Wallace's work but rather draws inspiration from Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles. Young Jane Wilson (Karin Baal) appears at Blackwood Castle that belonged to her recently deceased father, Captain Wilson. In short time, several people, connected to the castle, are killed, some of those were attacked by a horrible dog with poison teeth. The plot leads to the precious jewels that disappeared on Captain Wilson's ship years ago. Sir John (Siegfried Schürenberg), the head of Scotland Yard, decides to held the investigation personally.
The film is the 25st installment in the Rialto Film studio Edgar Wallace film series (1959-1972).
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The following weapons were used in the film The Horror of Blackwood Castle (Der Hund von Blackwood Castle):
Arminius HW-1 revolvers seen in hands of Humphrey Connery (Heinz Drache), Captain Allan Thurnby Wilson (Otto Stern), and Wilson's servant Grimsby (Arthur Binder).
For the second and final time in the series (after The Hunchback of Soho), Sir John (Siegfried Schürenberg) carries a gun. His pistol is an Astra 600. In the final scene Connery (Heinz Drache) disarms Sir John and holds his pistol. In one scene Donald Fairbanks' (Horst Tappert) Browning Hi-Power switches to an Astra 600 due to a continuity error.
Donald Fairbanks (Horst Tappert) carries a Browning Hi-Power throughout the film.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Connery (Heinz Drache) carries a Double Barreled Shotgun in several scenes.