During the year that the filming of The exorcist killed nine people related to the film, including the main actors Jack MacGowran and Vasiliki Maliaros. While filming this movie they asked a priest to do an exorcism on set to ward off the spirits after various sets burned and all kinds of inexplicable mishaps occurred.
The curse of the The seed of the devil It is related to the location where it was shot: the Dakota Building. The year after the film's release, the composer of the music, Krzysztof Komeda, died of a brain clot. That same year, 1969, the director's partner, the actress Sharon tate, who participated as an extra in the film, was assassinated by Charles Manson and his sect. Years later, John Lennon died at the door of this building, after being attacked by a fanatic.
During the filming of this movie Several strange events occurred. The lead actor, Gregory Peck, was traveling on a plane when he was struck by lightning in the middle of a storm. Another who experienced a scare was the director, Richard Donner, who stayed in a hotel in London that suffered an attack by the IRA. In addition, the Rottweilers used in the film attacked their handler and a lion in the zoo scene killed a zoo keeper.
Poltergeist It's the cursed movie par excellence. The supposed "curse" that accompanied the first part of the saga extended throughout the trilogy. The first unfortunate death was that of the actress Dominique Dune, who was strangled by her boyfriend at the age of 22 just before the shooting of the second film. Next up was actor Julian Beck, the ghostly villain of the second feature film, who died of cancer before the third installment of the saga was made.
One year before Poltergeist III Indian actor Will Sampson also died, but the most moving case was that of the girl Heather O'Rourke, who died of septic shock at age 12, after filming the third part of the saga.
Three of its main characters from Rebel without a cause, all promising actors, would pass away before turning 40.
The first of the actors victims of the "curse" was the famous James dean, who died on September 30, 1955 after suffering a serious traffic accident while traveling in his Porche 550 Spyder on Route 466. The next misfortune was that of Nick Adams In 1966, he lost his life from an overdose. Mineo Salt, another of the main interpreters, was stabbed in the street in an assault. And the actress Natalie Wood she died under suspicious circumstances in 1981 when she drowned when she fell into the water from the yacht on which she was with her husband, Robert Wagner.
Rebel Lives, had three leading stars: Clark gable, Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift All of them would die within 5 years after the end of filming. Just two days after filming ended, the oldest of the cast, Clark Gable at that time was 59 years old, suffered a heart attack that would end his life.
Marilyn monroe was the next on this black list, on August 5, 1962, the actress was found in the bedroom of her house, after taking a fatal overdose of barbiturates.
By last, Montgomery Clift He lost his life in 1966 after a long spiral of self-destruction abusing drugs and alcohol, including a car accident, after which he had to have his face rebuilt.
The conqueror of Mongolia It was shot in the Nevada desert near a site where the United States Army had conducted nuclear tests. So, in 1956, 220 people participated in the filming. 25 years later, 91 had fallen ill with some type of cancer, and andllas, 46 had died. On the list of deceased were the two leading actors, John wayne and Susan hayward also the director Dick Powell.