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The Monster(1925)

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  • A "Must" for Chaney Film Fans DVD Library

    • James Dane
    • 12/22/09

    I've seen the film only once but as others have said, it is a worthy effort for Lon Chaney AND it should be offered on a DVD.I would like to get a DVD for my son-in-law who collects all the Chaney Silent Films and he's never seen this one (yet).

  • Not worth preserving, except for Chaney

    • Elizabeth
    • 6/30/07

    I've sat through two showings of "The Monster" on TCM, and I think I can say that it proves that not EVERYTHING from the silent era is a lost or almost-lost treasure. Even with allowing for the dramatic and cinematic conventions of 1925, this is a trite and tiresome film lacking in thrills or comedy. The only reason I can see for preserving it is Lon Chaney, who was such an artist that it's a sin to lose any of his work. *His* performance is excellent, as usual, and his all-too-brief time onscreen are the only parts of "The Monster" that are even watchable.

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