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City of the Living Dead (Italian: Paura nella città dei morti viventi, also known as The Gates of Hell) is a 1980 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci. It is the first installment of the unofficial Gates of Hell trilogy which also includes The Beyond and The House by the Cemetery. Fulci makes an uncredited cameo appearance as Dr. Joe Thompson in the film.
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Madge Hooper, owner of several small businesses in town, was killed during one of her daily walks along Yellow Ridge woods in the 1970′s. She died of a single shot gun blast to the chest then finished off by decapitation. Madge’s head was buried somewhere in the area of Yellow Ridge. Legend has it that if you go to a particular part of the woods at a particular time of day you can see the ghost of Madge Hooper wandering around in the woods looking for her head. After some bizarre killings of innocent campers begin to surface, John and Clarence, two local good ‘ole boys set out to prove that the ghost of Madge Hooper actually exists.