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The Frozen Ghost [Inner Sanctum Mystery]

The Frozen Ghost (1945) starring Lon Chaney Jr., Evelyn Ankers
The Frozen Ghost (1945) starring Lon Chaney Jr., Evelyn Ankers The Frozen Ghost is a film noir mystery film directed by Harold Young. It is the fourth of the six “Inner Sanctum” mystery films. Cross the wax museum horror genre with hypnosis gone wrong, and you get this...
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Weird Woman

Weird Woman (1944) starring Lon Chaney Jr., Anne Gwynne, Evelyn Ankers Synopsis of Weird Woman Weird Woman – When a college professor whose life work is the battle against superstition marries a beautiful woman with a voodoo background, the return to the university leads to bitterness, fighting, and murder....
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Ghost of Frankenstein

Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) starring Lon Chaney, Jr., Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, Evelyn Ankers Synopsis of Ghost of Frankenstein In  Ghost of Frankenstein, the ghost isn’t literal, but psychological.  Another son of Victor Frankenstein, brain surgeon Ludwig (played well by Cedric Hardwicke), who is...
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The Wolf Man (1941)

The Wolf Man (1941) starring Lon Chaney Jr., Claude Rains, Evelyn Ankers, Bela Lugosi reviewed by The Masked Reviewer The Wolf Man begins with Lawrence “Larry” Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.) is coming home after learning of his brother’s fatal accident to take over the family estate. When he is there...
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The Mad Ghoul

The Mad Ghoul (1943) starring Turhan Bey, Evelyn Ankers, David Bruce, George Zucco The Mad Ghoul, frankly, is an above-average monster movie, starring some of the recognizable actors from the genre in the 1940’s.  In short, Dr. Alfred Morris (George Zucco) is a college professor and researcher, who...
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Son of Dracula

Son of Dracula (1943) starring Lon Chaney Jr., Louise Allbritton, Robert Paige, Evelyn Ankers Son of Dracula is a very interesting entry into Universal Pictures’ series of  Dracula movies — and not only due to Lon Chaney Jr. playing the title character — although Chaney does a good job....
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