Edgar Wallace


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Human Monster, The (1939) - Dearborn's Home For The Destitute Blind Having just dismissed a suspicious copper, Bela Lugosi as insurance impresario Dr. Orloff, takes a shot of something, whereupon we follow Lou (Arthur Owen) to the blind home, greeted by creepy Jake (Wilfred Walter), then joining proprietor Dearborn, who might (?) also be Lugosi, in Dark Eyes Of London, 1939, a.k.a. The Human Monster.
Human Monster, The (1939) - Brilliant But Unbalanced Cut to first scene for Bela Lugosi (who sailed all the way to London for this one picture), as Dr. Orloff, his relation to murders reported in the previous scene not quite explained as yet, making a loan to Gerald Pring as Stuart, in Dark Eyes Of London, 1939, a.k.a. The Human Monster.
King Kong (1933) - The Thrill Of A Lifetime! Adventure movie-maker Denham (Robert Armstrong) is about to leave New York for the tropics, determined to hire a girl as the love interest for the picture he won't explain for anyone so, with no one willing to take the risk, he finds Fay Wray ("Ann Darrow"), early in the original King Kong, 1933.
Sanders Of The River (1935) - I Can't Manage These Girls His aide (Robert Cochrane) hapless, Brit administrator Leslie Banks (title character) deals directly with females rescued from slave traders, who show keen interest in his appointed ruler Bosambo (Paul Robeson), who himself focuses on Lilongo (Nina Mae McKinney), in Sanders Of The River, 1935.
Sanders Of The River (1935) - Song Of The Spear Brit colonial boss Leslie Banks (title character) and crew send word to Paul Robeson (as Bosambo, a loyal petty thief they've made chief of an African tribe) calling for action, and an original song by Mischa Poliansky and Arthur Wimperis, in the Korda brothers' Sanders Of The River, 1935.

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