King of the Zombies (May 14, 1941)

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King of the Zombies
 

Released May 14, 1941: As World War Two is beginning, an enemy agent in the Bahamas is creating zombie spies.

Produced by Lindsley Parsons

Directed by Jean Yarbrough

The Actors: Dick Purcell (James 'Mac' McCarthy), Joan Woodbury (Barbara Winslow), Mantan Moreland (Jefferson 'Jeff' Jackson, McCarthy's valet), Henry Victor (Dr. Miklos Sangre), John Archer (Bill Summers), Patricia Stacey (Alyce Sangre), Guy Usher (Admiral Arthur Wainwright), Marguerite Whitten (Samantha the maid), Leigh Whipper (Momba the zombie butler), Madame Sul-Te-Wan (Tahama, the cook and high priestess), James Davis (Lazarus, a zombie), Laurence Criner (Dr. Couillie), Josephine Whitten (native girl)

 

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Salt-Free Voodoo Zombie Spies

A small plane with a pilot, a passenger and his valet get lost off of Florida between Cuba and the Bahamas, and they crash on a small mysterious island, inhabited by a mad voodoo doctor, his zombie wife and a young girl that they say is the Doctor’s niece.

This movie was made in the spring of 1941, when much of the world was already at war, so of course the screenwriter added an enemy spy subplot. It seems that the mad doctor communicates via short wave radio with his leaders passing on secret information.

Jeff Jackson, played by Mantan Moreland, is the airplane pilot’s valet, and is the comic side of the story, completely dominating the horror with his amazing wit. He has all of the memorable lines, and they all bring laughter to the very dark and mysterious surroundings of witchcraft, voodoo and the forces of evil.

Marguerite Whitten is the beautiful kitchen cook who plays off of Mantan Moreland’s humor, and dishes it out as well as he does. I was never terrified by the zombies, or the voodoo woman with the magic brew, but I was thoroughly entertained. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show

Mantan Moreland in the voodoo temple
Mantan Moreland in the voodoo temple
Mantan Moreland
Mantan Moreland
Dick Purcell, Mantan Moreland and John Archer
Dick Purcell, Mantan Moreland and John Archer
Dick Purcell with the zombies
Dick Purcell with the zombies
Dick Purcell
Dick Purcell
Guy Usher and John Archer
Guy Usher and John Archer
Guy Usher
Guy Usher
Henry Victor
Henry Victor
Henry Victor and Dick Purcell
Henry Victor and Dick Purcell
Henry Victor and Patricia Stacey
Henry Victor and Patricia Stacey
Henry Victor
Henry Victor
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury and Patricia Stacey
Joan Woodbury and Patricia Stacey
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury
Joan Woodbury
John Archer
John Archer
John Archer and Dick Purcell
John Archer and Dick Purcell
John Archer, Henry Victor and Dick Purcell
John Archer, Henry Victor and Dick Purcell
John Archer and Henry Victor
John Archer and Henry Victor
John Archer, Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
John Archer, Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
John Archer and Mantan Moreland
John Archer and Mantan Moreland
John Archer
John Archer
Lee Whipper
Lee Whipper
Lee Whipper
Lee Whipper
Lee Whipper
Lee Whipper
Madame Sul Te Wan
Madame Sul Te Wan
Mantan Moreland
Mantan Moreland
Mantan Moreland and Henry Victor
Mantan Moreland and Henry Victor
Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
Mantan Moreland meets a Zombie
Mantan Moreland meets a Zombie
Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
Mantan Moreland and Marguerite Whitten
Mantan Moreland
Mantan Moreland
Marguerite Whitten and Mantan Moreland
Marguerite Whitten and Mantan Moreland
Patricia Stacey and Henry Victor
Patricia Stacey and Henry Victor
Patricia Stacey
Patricia Stacey
two zombies
two zombies