The movie is in the public domain - it has no copyright - which is why it can be seen at YouTube and elsewhere for free. In other words, you can download it and not get into any trouble!Here is 'Horror Hotel", not "The City of the Dead" at a public domain movie site:publicdomainmovie.net/.../city-of-the-deadhorror-hotelFrom Wikipedia, these are the lines spoke by the witch Elizabeth Selwyn who was being burned at the stake in Whitewood on 03 March 1692 and that were deleted from "Horror Hotel" that still exist in "The City of the Dead" (that 4:52 to 6:00ish segment)========en.wikipedia.org/.../The_City_of_the_Dead_(film)Deleted linesSome dialogue was removed the American version of the film, including the following lines in the opening sequence which clarify the plot. They are retained in the original British version, which has been shown on Turner Classic Movies:"I have made my pact with thee, O Lucifer! Hear me, hear me! I will do thy bidding for all eternity. For all eternity shall I practice the ritual of Black Mass. For all eternity shall I sacrifice unto thee. I give thee my soul, take me into thy service.""O Lucifer, listen to thy servant, grant her this pact for all eternity and I with her, and if we fail thee but once, you may do with our souls what you will.""Make this city an example of thy vengeance. Curse it, curse it for all eternity! Let me be the instrument of thy curse. Hear me, O Lucifer, hear me!"========and then some additional lines from the crowd in the rest of the deleted snippet of the movie.
Another public domain site with Horror Hotel:https://archive.org/details/TheCityOfTheDead1960
Cool you learn something new everyday
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I like those I still haven’t seen brightburn yet
Those are good ones
Saw that one in theaters crazy
Yes I love it