Shanks - (Movie Clip) Muscular System
Malcolm the deaf-mute puppeteer (Marcel Marceau) gets an idea based on the work of his dead mad-scientist friend Walker (also Marceau) in William Castle's Shanks, 1974.
Shanks -- (Movie Clip) Old Walker
Malcolm the deaf-mute puppeteer (Marcel Marceau) reports for the first time to work for reclusive "Old Walker" (also Marceau, speaking!) in the William Castle feature Shanks, 1974.
Shanks -- (Movie Clip) Open, Malcolm
The arty opening sequence for the William Castle feature Shanks, 1974, in which the famous mime Marcel Marceau plays two roles, and speaks!
Shanks -- (Movie Clip) Later That Night
Deaf-mute puppeteer Malcolm (Marcel Marceau) has learned to maniuplate his deceased patron Walker (also Marceau), and dead fowl too, bad news for his abusive brother-in-law (Philippe Clay) in William Castle's Shanks, 1974.
Shanks -- (Movie Clip) Town Drunk
With mime Marcel Marceau in the lead role as a deaf-mute puppeteer, director William Castle is happy to use silent-film style titles, introducing villains the Bartons (Tsilla Chelton, Philippe Clay) early in Shanks, 1974.