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Bowery at Midnight (October 30, 1942)

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Bowery at Midnight
 

Released on October 30, 1942: (running time 62 minutes) A mild mannered college professor is a homicidal maniac after school is out.

Produced by Sam Katzman and Barney A. Sarecky

Directed by Wallace Fox

The Actors: Bela Lugosi (Professor Frederick Brenner, aka Karl Wagner), John Archer (Richard Dennison), Wanda McKay (Judy Malvern), Tom Neal (Frankie Mills), Vince Barnett (Charley), Anna Hope (Mrs. Brenner), John Berkes (Fingers Dolan), J. Farrell MacDonald (Captain Mitchell), Dave O'Brien (Pete Crawford), Lucille Vance (Mrs. Valvern), Lew Kelly (Doc Brooks), Wheeler Oakman ('Trigger' Stratton), Ray Miller (big man), Willy Castello (Mr. Atlas, jeweler), Pat Costello (tramp questioned by Richard), George Eldredge (Police Detective Thompson), Bernard Gorcey (shopkeeper selling suits), Eddie Hall (tramp playing gin), Eddie Kane (Police Chief), Ralph Littlefield (big man's friend), Theodore Lorch (man playing gin), Walter McGrail (the Coroner), 'Snub' Pollard (motorist), Bob Reeves (henchman), Bobby Stone (newsboy)

 
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The Friendly Mission and the Homicidal Maniac

Ralph Bowman went to Hollywood High school and then the University of Southern California. His passion was to become a cameraman cinematographer for motion pictures, but he could never get a studio to hire him in any capacity, so he turned to acting on stage and some radio work.

Still interested in motion pictures, Ralph entered a twelve-week contest that promised the winner an acting contract for several movies with the stage name of ‘John Archer.’ Ralph won the contest and Ralph Bowman became John Archer. One of the losers in that contest was a wanna-be actor named Hugh Beaumont, who never got the chance to change his name to John Archer.

John Archer spent his years acting in movies like this one, while also working on stage and on the radio. For a year he was the voice of The Shadow on that popular radio program. Anne Archer is the actress daughter of John Archer and Marjorie Lord. She is famous for many movie appearances, including “Fatal Attraction,” where she was nominated for a supporting actress award.

In this adventure John Archer is a wealthy young man taking a college course on the psychology of homicidal maniacs. The professor of the course, as we soon learn, is a homicidal maniac, and the wealthy student will learn more than he ever expected about the maniac mind when he is trapped by the evil professor and faces his own death. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anna Hope
Anna Hope
Anna Hope and Dave O'Brien
Anna Hope and Dave O'Brien
Anna Hope
Anna Hope
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
Bernard Gorcey and John Archer
Bernard Gorcey and John Archer
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien, Bela Lugosi, Wanda McKay
Dave O'Brien, Bela Lugosi, Wanda McKay
Dave O'Brien and Bela Lugosi
Dave O'Brien and Bela Lugosi
Dave O'Brien and George Eldredge
Dave O'Brien and George Eldredge
Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Eddie Kane
Eddie Kane
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
John Archer
John Archer
John Archer and Bela Lugosi
John Archer and Bela Lugosi
Willy Castello
Willy Castello
John Archer
John Archer
Wanda McKay and John Archer
Wanda McKay and John Archer
John Archer
John Archer
John Berkes
John Berkes
John Berkes
John Berkes
Lew Kelly
Lew Kelly
Lew Kelly and Wanda McKay
Lew Kelly and Wanda McKay
Lucille Vance
Lucille Vance
Lucille Vance and John Archer
Lucille Vance and John Archer
Lucille Vance and Wanda McKay
Lucille Vance and Wanda McKay
Snub Pollard
Snub Pollard
Tom Neal
Tom Neal
Tom Neal
Tom Neal
Tom Neal
Tom Neal
Wanda McKay
Wanda McKay
Wanda McKay and John Archer
Wanda McKay and John Archer
Wanda McKay and Lew Kelly
Wanda McKay and Lew Kelly
Wanda McKay and Tom Neal
Wanda McKay and Tom Neal
Wanda McKay
Wanda McKay
Wanda McKay
Wanda McKay
Wheeler Oakman and Tom Neal
Wheeler Oakman and Tom Neal
Willy Castello
Willy Castello