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Forgotten Terrors [DVD] [1943] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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The Phantom (1931) A master criminal known as the Phantom makes a spectacular escape from Death Row and, aided by a grotesque being called "the Thing," continues his murderous activities. Holding a grudge, the Phantom threatens the district attorney whose daughter and a reporter set out to find the fiend. Soon the duo and killer wind up at an old dark house... that also happens to be an insane asylum. Good spooky fun! The Intruder (1932) In this mixture of mystery, adventure and murder, the S.S. Intruder has an unexpected passenger: death! When a guest winds up murdered and the ship is wrecked before the culprit can be found, the captain and passenger Monte Blue find themselves confronting a killer gorilla, a wild man roaming the jungle, and a cave of skeletons in this wild chiller-thriller. Tangled Destinies (1932) A plane bound for Los Angeles is forced to land in the desert during the night due to heavy fog. The passengers and crew take shelter in an old deserted farmhouse, but soon the lights go out and murder strikes! With a fortune in diamonds at stake, it's only a matter of time before the grim reaper claims another... Dead Men Walk (1943) In one of the rare instances of a poverty row company coming up with a vampire story, George Zucco plays both sides of the coin as the Clayton brothers: Lloyd, a well-respected New England doctor, and his twin Elwyn, an evil occultist who rises from the dead as a bloodsucker! With the help of his hunchbacked servant Zolarr, Elwyn begins a new campaign of evil that causes the townspeople to suspect that their beloved doctor may not be quite as kindly as they believe.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Forgotten Terrors (The Phantom / The Intruder / Tangled Destinies / Dead Men Walk) 14 Sept. 2014
By Celia Trimboli - Published on Amazon.com
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THE PHANTOM: Absolutely creaky 1931 thriller of an escaped from Death Row master criminal after the DA that sent him there. The action takes place in a couple of old dark houses. The characters are played by a bunch of zero talent non-actors. Though the sets are not bad the whole thing plays like a BADLY produced play. There is no background music to move things along. It only takes about 61 minutes to do its thing. Watching a silent movie would be more exciting. The quality of the picture is OK, probably the best there will ever be.

I will review the other films on this DVD as I watch them.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good buy 4 Nov. 2013
By Midnight Hour - Published on Amazon.com
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The Phantom is a real joke. As for the Intruder and best of all Tangled Destinies are the best. All I can say about Dead Men Walk
is the sound is some what better than the single release which you can find on Amazon.com. All in all worth having if for no other reason the "Tangled Destines".
5.0 out of 5 stars the man who turned to stone and trhe thing that wouldnt die pair up perfectly with these movies! thirteen ghosts circa 61 also 24 Feb. 2015
By brandon d baur - Published on Amazon.com
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goes with the man who turned to stone and the thing that wouldn't die be warned the first two are very scary indeed! especially the thing that wouldn't die!
5.0 out of 5 stars Forgotten Terrors 4 Nov. 2014
By Jacquelene Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed all four of these movies. Some might say a bit dated, but formyself I love old movies, whether they are considered top shelf or B Grade, I love them all.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for old movie fans 16 Sept. 2013
By larry tyson - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like old movies of the who done it,mystery variety,these fill the bill.Vera Reynolds and Sidney Bracey appear in two of them.
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