Darby Jones


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Congo Maisie (1940) - She Do Big Magic Complete with a degrading depiction of African natives, acceptable by Hollywood standards of the time, well-intentioned Shane (John Carroll) protects the compound, rescued when Ann Sothern (title character) goes into showgirl mode, in Congo Maisie, 1940.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) - Something Of The Devil Goon Joseph (Joseph Vitale) brings a vial to the jungle lab of his boss, Dr. Renault (Bela Lugosi, his first scene), who explains his science problem, then awakens Kalaga (Darby Jones, same guy from I Walked With A Zombie), in the comic knock-off Zombies On Broadway, 1945.
Zombies On Broadway (1945) - If You See A Corpse Walking Around Comic team Jerry Miles and (goofier) Alan Carney, as New York press agents sent to an exotic island to find a Zombie, have recruited singer Jean (Anne Jeffreys), none of them aware they’re being stalked (by Darby Jones, who works for Bela Lugosi), in Zombies On Broadway, 1945.
I Walked With A Zombie (1943) - Carre Four Against the advice of the native maid, nurse Betsy (Frances Dee) brings patient Jessica (Christine Gordon) to seek a voodoo cure, meeting sentry Carre Four (Darby Jones) and various performers, a famous scene from producer Val Lewton and director Jacques Tourneur in I Walked With A Zombie, 1943.
Tarzan's New York Adventure - Boy Gone Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) reply to a cry for help from the boy (Johnny Sheffield) which leads them into a Swahili trap leaving them helpless from retrieving the boy before he is taken away on an aircraft in Tarzan's New York Adventure, 1942.

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