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Name that movie: Black and white horror movie

When I was younger I watched a movie that was about the undead. It was a black and white movie from the 50s or 60s (I think). One of the main scenes I can remember is a character in a graveyard lifting a cross out of the ground against the zombies/ undead. I've been wondering what this movie was for a long time. Any help would be appreciated!
asked Jun 1, 2015 in Name That Movie by fireandblood100 (1 point)
There is a scene like this in "Zombi 2". The movie is from 79, and looks to be in color, could this be it somehow?

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I'd put real money on this one.

That sounds like the climax to "Horror Hotel" (a.k.a. "City of the Living Dead").
answered Sep 28, 2015 by Captain (76 points)
how much money?