Tower of London
Between two Edgar Allan Poe adaptations, Roger Corman found the time (he directed no less than seven films between 1961 and 1962) to shoot this remake of Rowland V. Lee's Tower of London (1939). And the result, if you're crazy about cinema, is formidable. You'll get talkative ghosts (double exposures), unbearable torture scenes with Sandra Knight and quasi Shakespearian moving soliloquies. Note that the film should have been shot in color but, due to the fact that executive producer Edward Small intended to borrow Rowland V. Lee's 1939 scenes of the Bosworth battle for his film, it was finally shot in b & w. I love cinema. Highly recommended.