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Double Door

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Double Door (1934)

75 min - Drama, Horror, Mystery - 4 May 1934
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Based on a 1933 stage production billed as “The Play That Made Broadway Gasp,” it features an over-the-top performance by Mary Morris (repeating her stage role) as a domineering money-bags whose suppressed incestuous urges go into overdrive when her half-brother (Kent Taylor) brings a new bride (Venable) home to the family’s gloomy Fifth Avenue mansion. The title refers to a secret soundproofed chamber that the villainess uses to entrap her enemies. (Gene Siskel Film Center)

Director:  Charles Vidor

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Based on a 1933 stage production billed as “The Play That Made Broadway Gasp,” it features an over-the-top performance by Mary Morris (repeating her stage role) as a domineering money-bags whose suppressed incestuous urges go into overdrive when her half-brother (Kent Taylor) brings a new bride (Venable) home to the family’s gloomy Fifth Avenue mansion. The title refers to a secret soundproofed chamber that the villainess uses to entrap her enemies. (Gene Siskel Film Center)


Collections: Charles Vidor

Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery

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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  4 May 1934

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Production Companies:  Paramount

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Runtime:  1 h 15 min

The Devil Commands

Poster for the movie "The Devil Commands"

The Devil Commands (1941)

65 min - Horror, Science Fiction - 3 February 1941
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A scientist kills innocent victims in his efforts to communicate with his late wife.

Director:  Edward Dmytryk

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A scientist kills innocent victims in his efforts to communicate with his late wife.


Collections: Edward Dmytryk

Tagline: When the Devil commands Karloff obeys...!

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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  3 February 1941

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Production Companies:  Columbia Pictures

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Runtime:  1 h 05 min