Bela Lugosi : master of horror.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library||DVD BELA (2 DISCS) (HORROR) (Text)||39206020041941||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [United States] : Mill Creek Entertainment, 
- Copyright: ©2007
Title from disc label.
Film synopses from back of container. Other information from publisher's website.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Disc 1 : The black dragons (64 min.) -- The invisible ghost (66 min.) -- One body too many (75 min.) -- Scared to death (65 min.) -- The bowery at midnight (61 min.) -- disc 2 : The ape man (64 min.) -- The corpse vanishes (64 min.) -- The devil bat (68 min.) -- The phantom creeps (78 min.) -- White zombie (69 min.).
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
[The black dragons] Director, William Nigh ; writers, Robert Kehoe, Harvey Gates ; music, Johnny Lange ; producer, Jack Dietz.
[The invisible ghost] Director, Joseph H. Lewis ; writers, Al Martin, Helen Martin ; music, Johnny Lange ; producer, Sam Katzman.
[One body too many] Director, Frank McDonald ; writers, Winston Miller, Maxwell Shane ; music, Alexander Laszlo ; producer, William H. Pine.
[Scared to death] Director, Christy Cabanne ; writer, W.J. Abbott ; music, Carl Hoefle ; producer, William B. David.
[The bowery at midnight] Director, Wallace Fox ; writer, Gerald Schnitzer ; music, Edward J. Kay ; producers, Jack Dietz, Sam Katzman, Barney A. Sarecky.
[The ape man] Director, William Beaudine ; writers, Karl Brown, Barney A. Sarecky ; music, Edward Kay ; producer, Jack Dietz.
[The corpse vanishes] Director, Wallace Fox ; writers, Harvey Gates ; music, Johnny Lange ; producer, Jack Dietz.
[The devil bat] Director, Jean Yarborough ; writers, George Bricker, John Thomas Neville ; music, David Chudnow ; producers, Jack Gallagher, Guy V. Thayer, Jr.
[The phantom creeps] Directors, Ford Beebe, Saul A. Goodkind ; writers, Willis Cooper, George Plympton, Basil Dickey, Mildred Barish ; music, Charles Previn ; producer, Henry MacRae.
[White zombie] Director, Victor Halperin ; writer, Garnett Weston ; music, Guy Bevier Williams ; producer, Edward Halperin.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
[The black dragons] Bela Lugosi, Clayton Moore, Joan Barclay.
[The invisible ghost] Bela Lugosi, Polly Ann Young, John McGuire.
[One body too many] Bela Lugosi, Jack Haley, Jean Parker.
[Scared to death] Bela Lugosi, George Zucco, Molly Lamont.
[The bowery at midnight] Bela Lugosi, John Archer, Wanda McKay.
[The ape man] Bela Lugosi, Minerva Urecal, Ralph Littlefield.
[The corpse vanishes] Bela Lugosi, Elizabeth Russell, Luana Walters.
[The devil bat] Bela Lugosi, Suzanne Kaaren, David O'Brien.
[The phantom creeps] Bela Lugosi, Robert Kent, Dorothy Arnold.
[White zombie] Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, John Harron.
[The black dragons] "Just prior to the start of World War II, a doctor operates on six Black Dragon Society Japanese operatives and transforms them into exact duplicates of six high-ranking American businessmen who are replaced by these look-alikes. With their operatives in place, a plan to sabotage the American war effort appears to be set."
[The invisible ghost] "Bela Lugosi stars in this Monogram thriller as a man living with his daughter while hoping for the return of his wife. Upon seeing her peeking through a window, he falls into a trance and murders the maid. The maid's boyfriend is framed for the murder."
[One body too many] "A timid insurance salesman decides to place a call upon an eccentric recluse at his mansion only to find that he has just passed away. What he also finds is a home full of relatives who are, according to the will, all bound to remain in the mansion until the authorities arrive."
[Scared to death] "A woman who was literally frightened to death narrates the story of how she arrived at her untimely demise. The woman is shown going through a series of circumstances that begin to wear down her psyche and drive her to madness. A lengthy line-up of suspects for the person responsible for her death has the police baffled."
[The bowery at midnight] "A kindly university professor operates a soup kitchen with his daughter down in the bowery, helping those less fortunate than most. This persona is a cover for the professor's true activities. When one of the professor's students accidentally uncovers his secret, she is targeted for death to protect his criminal activities."
[The ape man] "A doctor is working on a serum derived from gorilla spinal fluid and tests his experimental formula upon himself. Unfortunately, the serum transforms him into a simian-like creature and he desperately attempts to find a cure."
[The corpse vanishes] "Bela Lugosi revels in his role as European horticulturalist Dr. Lorenz in this outlandish tale of horror and dementia. The good doctor's aging wife needs fluid harvested from the glands of young virgins in order to retain her eternal youth and beauty."
[The devil bat] "A chemist feels betrayed by the company owners who have profited from his discoveries. Seeking revenge upon the men, he has bred a large vicious bat that will attack anyone covered in a particular cologne he's manufactured."
[The phantom creeps] "Dr. Alex Zorka is the creator of several wondrous devices that a former partner asks him to contribute to the U.S. Government, but he decides to use for his own benefit and ultimately world domination."
[White zombie] "A Haitian plantation owner convinces his young friends to wed at his residence, hoping he can use the opportunity to lure the woman away from her fiancé. When this ploy fails, and the woman is transformed into an emotionless zombie, the plot thickens. The fiancé is contacted by a missionary who informs him of the state his bride-to-be is in and that there is still a chance to rescue her."
|System Details Note:||
Search for related items by subject
|Subject:||Lugosi, Bela, 1882-1956.