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The Testament of Dr. Mabuse(1933)

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  • "The Testament of Dr. Mabuse"-- Thank You TCM

    • RJMacReady
    • 2/13/14

    Hey All, This film does not seem as "dated" as the year of release would seem to indicate. TCM's broadcast of it was flawless, and the crisp, overall quality of the video and audio are truly amazing. My TCM's "Bogart/Bacall" Collection Box Set's version of "The Big Sleep", filmed 11 years later, does not look anywhere near as good as this film does. Black and white at its best. Excellent plot, fantastic characters, in particular the German Inspector hot on the trail of this "Empire Of Crime". Without TCM's adherence to making sure films of this type get aired is a testimony to their true love of all manner of films. I would never have been able to throughly enjoy this film if it was not for TCM. Thank you, folks. This is a highly entertaining film, hitting all the right marks at all the right times. I can not recommend it highly enough if you like to see crime films with a slight touch of the macabre. It also has a very funny scene involving the German inspector, but I won't give it away in the chances you have not seen this wonderful film. I'm guessing with Lange as the director, most of you have seen this film? If you have not seen it, I really hope you invest the time to view it. I'm very sure the vast majority of TCM fans will not be disappointed. RJM

  • empire of crime

    • Mike
    • 11/5/12

    A must-see for its power and lasting relevance.

  • The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 10/15/12

    Lang returns to the character that launched his career in what was his last film in Germany for over 25 years. Wernicke reprises his role from "M" tries to solve the latest case involving criminal mastermind, Dr. Mabuse. Not only are the mystery & thrills great, but Lang also had the ideal's of the Nazi's spoken by criminal's, foreshadowing their dangers. Banned by the Nazi's for years, this is an enthralling & haunting thriller. I give it a 4.5/5.

  • The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/12/11

    ***1/2

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