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Source for a copy of DR. COOK'S GARDEN? 
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I was intrigued to hear this is a film recommended by Stephen King himself and the script was written by none other than Ira Levin. And, weirdly, this is a horror film starring Bing Crosby!

Anyone know where I can find it?

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Girl in bar: "They're lying to you."
(from Psychos In Love)

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Here's one source. ... 971-dvd#!/

I believe I saw this way back when it was first broadcast. That great era of scary made-for-TV movies.


Apparently the original play was by Ira Levin, but Art Wallace (writer for Dark Shadows and a bunch of other stuff) adapted it for the movie.

Dark tears for is alabaster muse lost forever into the unforgiving jade daggers of the night. Her slim form no longer to touch his burning lips, her blood like the thorny rose no longer his, O Death! O Oblivion! Why havent you come! I wait in my garden of shadows for thee! -- Juniper releases her inner Goth.

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Just heard about this movie, must be worth it to watch that.

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