Hollywood Legends Of Horror Collection
"Doctor X" (1932) is an early shock classic with Lionel Atwill as a Long Island scientist suspected to be behind a series of gruesome slayings. Fay Wray co-stars. Humphrey Bogart's first--and last--horror role was in the in-name-only sequel "The Return Of Doctor X" (1939), as a reporter tries to link a medical researcher to a succession of corpses that have been drained of blood. With Wayne Morris, Rosemary Lane. "The Mask Of Fu Manchu" (1932) finds the infamous Asian mastermind (Boris Karloff) and his diabolical daughter (Myrna Loy) raiding the tomb of Genghis Khan. "Mad Love" (1935) stars Peter Lorre as a deranged surgeon obsessed with an actress in Paris' gory Grand Guignol theatre. Director Tod Browning's chiller "Mark Of The Vampire" (1935) stars Lionel Barrymore as a vampire hunter who goes up against an undead family led by Bela Lugosi. And Browning's classic "The Devil Doll" (1936) stars Barrymore as a prison escapee who sends unique assassins after the men who wronged him...human beings shrunken to 12 inches high! With Maureen O'Sullivan. 7 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
- Charles Brabin, Tod Browning, Michael Curtiz, Karl Freund, Vincent Sherman
- Black & White
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Lionel Atwill, Lionel Barrymore, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Elizabeth Allen, Fay Wray, Rosemary Lane, Frances Drake, Lewis Stone, Maureen O'Sullivan, Karen Morley, Frank Lawton, Colin Clive, Lee Tracy, Wayne Morris, Charles Starrett, Bela Lugosi, Dennis Morgan, Preston Foster, Ted Healy, Rafaela Ottiano, Myrna Loy, John Wray, John Litel... More