The Masque of the Red Death (1964)|
Directed by Roger Corman
Vincent Price plays a mediaeval noble, Prince Prospero, who has made a pact with Satan. The pentagram, or five-pointed star is seen briefly as decoration on his hat, worn only in this one scene. No other stars or occult symbols appear in this film, with the exception of an eight pointed star, a sun and moon painted in the corners of a clock face, and the hexagram formed in a latticework pattern.
The Masque of the Red Death (1964). Vincent Price, Hazel Court. Produced and directed by Roger Corman Colour. 98 min. (Horror)