The Mad Monster (May 15, 1942)
Released on May 15, 1942: (running time 1 hour and 17 minutes) A mad scientist develops a serum from a wild wolf that will change his assistant into a blood-thirsty werewolf who goes on a nightly killing spree.
Produced by Sigmund Neufeld
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by Fred Myton
The Actors: George Zucco (Doctor Lorenzo Cameron), Glenn Strange (Petro), Anne Nagel (Lenora Cameron), Johnny Downs (Tom Gregory), Sarah Padden (grandmother), Gordon De Main (Professor Fitzgerald), Mae Busch (Susan), Reginald Barlow (Professor Warwick), Robert Strange (Professor Blaine), Henry Hall (country Doctor), Ed Cassidy (father), Eddie Holden (Jed Harper), John Elliott (Professor Hatfield), Slim Whitaker (Officer Dugan), Gil Patric (Lieutenant Police Detective)
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Mingling the Blood of Man and Beast, Creating the Perfect Killing Machine
When I was a little kid, my older sister Irene would gather my sister Carol and myself, along with a big bowl of popcorn, and sit on the front porch floor, with our backs against the house, looking out over South Main Street in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, and as the night was overtaking the day, tell us a scary story.
One was about little Jimmy and Carol who went exploring in the basement one day, and stumbled upon a secret door that led to a dark underground tunnel, winding up in the underground home of a huge giant! I forget most of the details of the stories, but remember my awe and excitement at the danger that the little kids faced successfully. Of course, the giant always turned out to be a wonderful fellow who gave us milk and giant cookies before sending us back to the safety of the basement.
This scary story also has a giant, but instead of handing out giant cookies, he delivers death. Professor Cameron, played by George Zucco, has been tossed out of his university position because of his wild theories. He believes that he can create the perfect army of killers for World War Two by mingling the blood of a wild wolf with the blood of a large and powerful man.
The mad scientist retreats to an abandoned home on the edge of the great swamp to continue his experiments. When the moon is full, and a thick mist shrouds the swamp, a giant of a man, with blood of a wild wolf pulsing through his veins, becomes a murdering werewolf. There will be no milk and cookie at the end of this thriller, but, . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn drizzled with plenty of warm melted butter and enjoy the show.
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