House on Haunted Hill, The Easter Egg - Original Guest List

Near the beginning of the film when the 'ghost' deletes the original invite list to the party, if you pause the film and look closely you can make out the original guest list. Most of the names there also appear in the credits. They are in various roles such as Costume designer and the like. I had a list of who each person was but have since lost it, sorry. Some other viewer might be able to re-enlighten us.

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Contributed By: mouseman on 06-15-2001
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Special Requirements: Original Video or DVD and a pause button
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raptor writes:
I Have The DVD Movie Of House On Haunted Hill And Got The Original Guest List From The Laptop. The Following People Are: Mary Seward - Script Supervisor (In Credits) Valdemar Tymrak - Not Shown In Credits Molly Vaughn - Not Shown In Credits W.L. Malone - Not Shown In Credits Gilbert Adler - Not Shown In Credits
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Kris writes:
Actually, W.L. Malone may not be shown in the credits, but he did play a very important part in the movie - HE WAS THE DIRECTOR!!! I'm not sure about the others, but I'm positive that W.L. Malone is the director.
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spliff86 writes:
Valdemar Tymrak was a psychopath. He hypnotised his victims and so they killed other people under his influence. Then he took a bath in their blood. He appears in one part of "Tales from the Crypt", the TV serial by Alan Katz, where his soul comes back from hell. Furthermore, Gilbert Adler is the producer of this part and the director- of course- W.L. Malone! The last mysterious guest I don`t know.
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Amadei writes:
I looked up "Molly Vaughn" on Yahoo & what I got was that it is the American name of a girl named "Polly Vaughn" who, from what I can tell from the ballad, was both girl and swan (in some versions, she's a deer). She was shot by the man who loved her. It's a Celtic myth. You can check out the information at this website.
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