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The Bela Lugosi Collection (1944)

Region: 0
UPC/Barcode: 5050457302894
Released: 20th September 2010
Release type: Retail Only
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: 730289
Category: Feature, Classic
Format: DVD / Normal
The Bela Lugosi Collection (1944) (Retail Only)


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Film information

Story: Triple bill of Bela Lugosi films. In B-movie thriller 'Black Dragons' (1942), Lugosi stars as Doctor Melcher, a mad plastic surgeon who transforms six Japanese people to resemble prominent Americans at the behest of the Japanese intelligence organisation The Black Dragon Society. After their dead bodies turn up, one-by-one, on the steps of the Japanese Embassy, Federal Agent Dick Martin (Clayton Moore) is assigned to investigate the case. In the thriller, 'Invisible Ghost' (1941), Kessler (Lugosi) is a seemingly normal man who becomes deranged whenever he thinks about his dead wife. Whilst under the hypnotic influence of what appears to be the ghost of his domineering spouse, he commits a series of gruesome and grisly murders. When an innocent man is executed for the murders, someone close to Kessler vows to uncover the identity of the true killer. Comedy horror 'One Body Too Many' (1944) sees an insurance investigator (Jack Haley) turn up at the mansion of a millionaire who has been receiving death threats, only to find the tycoon dead and the mansion full of his greedy heirs. Cue murderous shenanigans, creaking doors and things that go bump in the night. Lugosi co-stars as Murkil the butler.

Starring: Bela Lugosi, Joan Barclay, George Pembroke, Clayton Moore, Robert Frazer, Robert Fiske, Irving Mitchell, Kenneth Harlan, Max Hoffman Jr., Frank Melton, Polly Ann Young, Ernie Adams, John McGuire, Ottola Nesmith, Clarence Muse, Fred Kelsey, Terry Walker, Jack Mulhall, Betty Compson, Jack Haley, Jean Parker, Blanche Yurka, Lyle Talbot, Douglas Fowley

Cinematographer: Arthur Reed, Harvey Gould, Marcel Le Picard, Fred Jackman Jr.

Directed by: William Nigh, Joseph H. Lewis, Frank McDonald

Music by: Johnny Lange, Lew Porter, Alexander Laszlo

Produced by: Jack Dietz, Sam Katzman, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas

Written by: Harvey Gates, Helen Martin, Al Martin, Winston Miller, Maxwell Shane

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Pickwick DVD

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