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  • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post
    Someone never dull and dreary:

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    The gentleman on the left, please, and what is odd about his voice?
    Clues: the star was an "American" import, the film had a different title over there and it was based on a story by Edgar Wallace.

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    • Bela Lugosi in Dark Eyes of London.

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      • Quite right, cassidy! However, when he was in disguise as Mr. Dearborn, such as in the screencap, his voiced was (wisely) dubbed by O. B. Clarence.

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        • Thanks Gerald, a lovely creepy film Britains first "H" film.. Putting on my James Bond voice however "I must pass the shoe." Would someone like to carry on.
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          Last edited by cassidy; 3rd September 2017, 09:24 PM.

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          • I will do one for when the UK wakes.

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            • The Innocents (1961) ?

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              • Originally posted by Gerald Lovell View Post

                The earth dying screaming in The Earth Dies Screaming (1964).
                And off course you are right Gerald, i love this movie,a brilliant cast with my favourites Dennis Price as villlian, and Thorley Waters, and so many suspence, a little gem for me.

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                • Originally posted by ciavazzaro View Post
                  The Innocents (1961) ?
                  Correct. My fave Brit psycho/supernatural thriller.

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                  • Visiting time:

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                    • One of the early Hammer Frankensteins?

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                      • A Hammer Frankenstein, yes; early, no.

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                        • The Monster From Hell (1974)

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                          • Maybe Frankenstein must be destroyed ?

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                            • No maybe about it: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed, when Maxine Audley goes to visit her husband, but he's not the man the used to be! George Pravda = Freddie Jones.

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                              • For me the last chapter of the saga, i have nothing against the monster from hell which is not a bad movie, but frankenstein must be destroyed was the perfect conclusion to the saga, with our doctor at his worst (here in italy the rape scene was cut from all copies both in cinema and tv passages ), the monster from hell was not necessary, and so for me the saga ended with this one.

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