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The Dark Tower (October 18, 1943)

The Dark Tower
 

Released on October 18, 1943: (running time 1 hour and 33 minutes) A mysterious hypnotist joins the circus, bringing with him success, wealth, danger, and death.

Directed by John Harlow

The Actors: Ben Lyon (Phil Danton), Anne Crawford (Mary, acrobat), David Farrar (Tom Danton, acrobat), Herbert Lom (Stephen Torg, hypnotist), Frederick Burtwell (Willie Wainwright, circus ringmaster), William Hartnell (Jim Powers, publicity man), Josephine Wilson (Dora Shogun, sharp shooter), Elsie Wagstaff (Eve Wainwright, Willie's wife), J.H. Roberts (Doctor Wilson), Aubrey Mallalieu (Doctor)

 

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The Circus Hypnotist, the Mesmerized Killer, and the Mysterious Murderer

Herbert Karel Angelo Kuchacevic ze Schluderpacheru was born in Prague to Czech royalty. In 1939 he fled to London with his girlfriend Didi as the Nazi’s were about to enter his homeland. Unfortunately, when they reached Dover and tried to enter England, they discovered that Didi did not have the correct papers to enter.

Didi returned to Prague to get the correct documents, but the Nazis had already arrived, and because Didi was Jewish, she was placed in a concentration camp where she starved to death.

When Herbert began acting in London, he changed Herbert Kuchacevic ze Schluderpacheru to Herbert Lom, the shortest last name he could find in the London telephone book. His acting career spanned more than 50 years but is best remembered as the frustrated boss of Inspector Clouseau, the Pink Panther.

In this circus murder adventure, he is an out-of-work hypnotist trying to get a job, any job, in a small travelling circus. Thanks to an escaped wild lion, he is hired and soon morphs from a shy down-on-his-luck fellow into a commanding presence, forcing his way to the top of the big top with his mesmerizing talents. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, Josephine Wilson
Anne Crawford, Josephine Wilson
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford's eyes
Anne Crawford's eyes
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, David Farrar
Anne Crawford, Josephine Wilson
Anne Crawford, Josephine Wilson
Anne Crawford
Anne Crawford
Aubrey Mallalieu
Aubrey Mallalieu
Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon, David Farrar
Ben Lyon, David Farrar
Ben Lyon, David Farrar, William Hartnell
Ben Lyon, David Farrar, William Hartnell
Ben Lyon, David Farrar
Ben Lyon, David Farrar
Ben Lyon, Herbert Lom
Ben Lyon, Herbert Lom
William Hartnell, Josephine Wilson, Ben Lyon
William Hartnell, Josephine Wilson, Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon, Josephine Wilson
Ben Lyon, Josephine Wilson
Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon
Ben Lyon
David Farrar
David Farrar
David Farrar
David Farrar
Elsie Wagstaff
Elsie Wagstaff
Elsie Wagstaff, Frederick Burtwell
Elsie Wagstaff, Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell, Josephine Wilson, Ben Lyon
Frederick Burtwell, Josephine Wilson, Ben Lyon
Frederick Burtwell
Frederick Burtwell
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom, Anne Crawford
Herbert Lom, Anne Crawford
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
J.H. Roberts
J.H. Roberts
J.H. Roberts and Ben Lyon
J.H. Roberts and Ben Lyon
Josephine Wilson
Josephine Wilson
William Hartnell
William Hartnell
William Hartnell, Anne Crawford
William Hartnell, Anne Crawford
William Hartnell, Frederick Burtwell
William Hartnell, Frederick Burtwell