Ben Mankiewicz Intro - Night Monster (1942)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Night Monster, 1942.
Night Monster (1942) - I Didn't Send For Any Psychiatrist
Butler Rolf (Bela Lugosi) inducts shrink Dr. Harper (Irene Hervey) and crime writer pal Dick (Don Porter), leading to the first scene for Ralph Morgan as Ingston, lord of the spooky manor, hoisted by driver Laurie (Leif Erikson) and introducing Nils Asther as guru-like Singh, early in Universal's Night Monster, 1942.
Night Monster (1942) - After What I've Seen And Heard
Joining the expository opening for this semi-ensemble Universal programmer, Millie (Janet Shaw), maid in the mansion, expresses her discontent to Bela Lugosi as the butler Rolf, whos not happy with her or the chauffeur Laurie (Leif Erikson), in the first feature by the noted Hollywood craftsman Ford Beebe, Night Monster, 1942.
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.
Night Monster (1942) - They Call It Cosmic Substance
The paralyzed master of the house Ingster (Ralph Morgan) gives the floor to his yogi (Nils Asther as Agor Singh) who explains to the group (doctors Francis Pierlot and Frank Reicher, butler Bela Lugosi, mystery writer Don Porter, shrink Irene Hervey and patient Fay Helm) about creepy Eastern theories, in Universals programmer Night Monster, 1942.