The Thing That Couldn't Die


A psychically gifted young woman discovers a centuries-old crate buried on her aunt's ranch. Opening it, her family discovers the living head of Gideon Drew, a 16th century devil worshiper who was beheaded by Sir Francis Drake.

William Reynolds .... Gordon Hawthorne
Andra Martin .... Linda Madison
Jeffrey Stone .... Hank Huston
Carolyn Kearney .... Jessica Burns
Peggy Converse .... Flavia McIntyre
Robin Hughes .... Gideon Drew
James Anderson .... Boyd Abercrombie
Charles Horvath .... Mike
Forrest Lewis .... Julian Ash
Phil Harvey .... Trooper


Andra Martin

Andra Martin born on 07/15/1935 in Rockford, IL, USA Married Ty Hardin (30 August 1958 - ?) (divorced) 2 children.

Carolyn Kearney

Born 28 August ???? in Detroit, Michigan, USA Her son, Charles, was a child actor at one point, appearing on "Little House on the Prairie" for a time. Briefly a "B" film actress in the late 50s in a couple of cult horror and juvenile delinquent flicks, she was a pretty, sweet-faced actress with a 'bad girl' reputation. Also TV. Trained in ballet and tap dance from age 5. Studied at the Pasadena Playhouse.

Peggy Converse

Peggy Converse was born 3 April 1905 in Oregon City, Oregon. Peggy Converse's stage, TV, and film careers spanned nearly seven decades. In each of these venues, she frequently played alongside her husband, Don Porter (of "Gidget" and "Ann Sothern" fame). She began acting in high school productions and later in college, graduating from Stanford University in 1927. She is reputed to have played in more than 100 roles on stage, including "The Infernal Machine" on Broadway and "The Taming of the Shrew" at Los Angeles' Greek Theater. With her husband, she toured the USA and Canada in shows such as "Any Wednesday," "The Best Man," and "Love and Kisses." Converse published poetry and was an active member of Planned Parenthood, the American Women for International Understanding, and the Hemlock Society. She died at the age of 95, on 2 March 2001, in her home in Los Angeles.