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Voodoo Man (1944) starring Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, George Zucco

Voodoo Man

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Voodoo Man (1944) starring Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, George Zucco

Voodoo Man – a mad scientist will stop at nothing to revive his dead wife. Even kidnapping and voodoo …

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Terror in the Wax Museum

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Terror in the Wax Museum (1976) starring Ray Milland, Elsa Lanchester, Maurice Evans, John Carradine

Terror in the Wax Museum is an interesting murder mystery. It’s set in Victorian London, 10 years after Jack the Ripper’s murder spree …

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Blood of Dracula’s Castle

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Blood of Dracula’s Castle (1967) starring John Carradine, Alexander D’Arcy, Paula Raymond

In Blood of Dracula’s Castle, Count & Countess Dracula are living in … Arizona? In a castle, no less. Where their servants kidnap beautiful young ladies, and keep them in the dungeon. For a fresh supply of blood. Until the castle’s new owners show up …

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Captain Kidd [Charles Laughton]

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Captain Kidd (1945) starring Charles Laughton, John Carradine, Randolph Scott, Gilbert Roland, Barbara Britton, Henry Daniell

In this unhistorical account, Captain Kidd is already a clever, ruthless pirate when, in 1699, he tricks the king into commissioning him as escort for a treasure ship from India.

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Billy the Kid Vs Dracula

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Billy the Kid Vs Dracula (1966) starring John Carradine, Chuck Courtney, Melinda Plowman

In Billy the Kid vs Dracula, Bar-B ranch foreman Billy the Kid isn’t an outlaw any more. He’s turned over a new leaf. He’s engaged to his boss, Betty. They are paid a visit by Betty’s uncle, Underhill, who – totally unbeknown to them – is a vampire.

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Les Miserables (1935)

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Les Miserables (1935) starring Fredric March, Charles Laughton

Synopsis

Les Miserables stars screen legends Fredric March and Charles Laughton in this beloved classic based on Victor Hugo’s novel as an ex-convict and the police inspector who relentlessly pursues him.

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