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Black and White movie Eye of the Beholder.

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The above black and white movie (I believe the title is correct) was shown many years ago perhaps even in the 1950s. It showed a stranger at a boarding house that was mysterious. Each of the other guests had their own personal view of the stranger based upon what they individually saw and the movie was about these opinions. Each view was completely different than the next, from kind to being a murderer. It taught a valuable lesson about judging a book by its cover. Who starred in this movie, and can it be purchased? Can someone tell me that? I would be great full for rhelp.

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  1. Guest23287548

    I vaguely remember the movie, but have no idea what the title was. I found 2 movies titled Eye of the Beholder, both were thrillers, and one yes of the Beholder made in the 50, but it was a spooky one too. I am thinking there must be a little bit of difference in the name. I looked in Eye of the Beholder, and The Eye of the Beholder. Sometimes when they are re-released, they change the name of the film. I don't know why they do that, but it happens.
    "The Eye of the Beholder" also called "The Private World of Darkness" after earlier rebroadcast in the summer of 1962 is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
    Janet Tyler has undergone her eleventh coverage (the maximum figure legally allowed) in an bid to appearance like everybody else. The facts of the coverage are not given, but Tyler is first shown with her chief fully bandaged, so her face cannot be seen. She is reported as being "not normal" via the nurses and nurse, whose possess faces are invariably in shadows or off-camera.
     

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