My World Dies Screaming (1958)

USA, 1958
35mm film, Psycho-Rama, black and white
mono (Westrex Recording System), English

An American horror film directed by Harold Daniels.

Plot Summary

Sheila Wayne, an American in Switzerland, has recently married and is now afflicted by recurring about an old dark house. When she and her new husband return to Florida, They movie into a strangely familiar old house… Is someone really trying to drive Sheila insane?


Directed by: Harold Daniels
Copyright MCMLVIII [1958] by Omecc, Inc
Released by Howco International
Produced by: William S. Edwards
Assistant Producer: Taggart Casey
Associate Producer: Michael Miller
Production Supervisor: Lester D. Guthrie
Written by: Robert C. Dennis
Assistant Director: Lester D. Guthrie
Script Supervisor: Mai Detrick
Director of Photography: Frederick E. West
Camera Operator: Brick Marquard
Head Electrician: Calvin Malhl
Film Editor: Tholen Gladden
Music Composed and Conducted by: Darrell Calker
Sound Mixer: Alfred J. Overton
Wardrobe: Joyce Rogers
Miss O'Donnell's Wardrobe by: Koret of California
Make-up: Harry Thomas
Hair Stylist: Martha Caldwell
Art Director: A. Leslie Thomas
Set Decorator: Tom Oliphant
Property Master: Al Hurley

Gerald Mohr (Philip)
Kathy O'Donnell (Sheila Wayne)
Bill Ching (Mark Snell)
John Qualen (Jonah Snell)
Barry Bernard (Dr Victor Forel)

Alternative Titles

Terror in the Haunted House



  • The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Horror by Phil Hardy (ed.) p.146
  • Ghosts and Angels in Hollywood Films by James Robert Parish p.327 – note
  • Hoffman's Guide to SF, Horror and Fantasy Movies 1991-1992 p.359 – credits, review
  • Kinematograph and Television Year Book 1963 p.125 – credits (Films trade shown 1961-1962)
  • by Walt Lee p.483-484 – credits