The Man in the Attic (December 23, 1953)

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Jack Palance is The Man in the Attic
 

Released on December 23, 1953: Jack the Ripper is killing women in London, and a mysterious man renting a room in a family's attic may be the killer.

Produced by Robert L. Jacks

Directed by Hugo Fregonese

The Actors: Jack Palance (Mr. Slade), Constance Smith (Lily Bonner), Byron Palmer (Inspector Paul Warwick), Frances Bavier (Helen Harley), Rhys Williams (William Harley), Sean McClory (Constable #1), Leslie Bradley (Constable #2), Tita Phillips (Daisy the maid), Lester Matthews (Chief Inspector Mellville), Harry Cording (Detective Sergeant Bates), Lisa Daniels (Mary Lenihan), Lilian Bond (Annie Rowley), Isabel Jewell (Katy), James Conaty (theatre patron), Franklyn Farnum (theatre patron), Stuart Holmes (theatre patron), Colin Kenny (theatre patron), Sylvia Lewis (dance hall dancer), Mickey Martin (messenger boy), Jeffrey Sayre (theatre patron), Ben Wright (detective in the theatre box), Rama Bai (Lily's dressing room maid)

 

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The Smell and the Heart-Throbbing Emotions of Fear . . . .

Marie Adelaide Elizabeth Rayner Belloc-Lowndes was born in London in 1868, and as an adult became a famous female author. She crafted stories that featured the viewpoint of women. . . . From leading ladies to street urchins, she was able to bring their thoughts and emotions to life like no one before her, and few since.

When Marie was twenty years old a serial killer was using sharp knives to slash and mutilate young women in London, and this killer was never caught. Marie would later write a book about this unknown killer, vividly bringing to life the fears of the women in the story. This story is considered by many, many experts as the most horrifying, fear-filled story ever told.

While Jack the Ripper is the center of fear in this story, the ladies in the story are the stars. It is in the eyes and the emotions of the ladies that we will learn the lessons of fear. We will feel the fear as if we were in the room with the killer. We will understand the paralyzing fear that women of 1888 felt. . . . The same fear felt today, and the same fear that demented killers have inspired since the beginning of time. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show. . . . If you dare!

Jack Palance
Jack Palance
Ben Wright
Ben Wright
Byron Palmer
Byron Palmer
Byron Palmer
Byron Palmer
Constance Smith
Constance Smith
Constance Smith and her girls on stage
Constance Smith and her girls on stage
Constance Smith sees Jack Palance
Constance Smith sees Jack Palance
Constance Smith
Constance Smith
Constance Smith kisses Jack Palance
Constance Smith kisses Jack Palance
Constance Smith
Constance Smith
Constance Smith
Constance Smith
Frances Bavier and Byron Palmer
Frances Bavier and Byron Palmer
Frances Bavier
Frances Bavier
Harry Cording and Byron Palmer
Harry Cording and Byron Palmer
Jack Palance and Byron Palmer
Jack Palance and Byron Palmer
Jack Palance and Constance Smith
Jack Palance and Constance Smith
Jack Palance stares at the noose
Jack Palance stares at the noose
Jack Palance
Jack Palance
Lilian Bond
Lilian Bond
Lilian Bond
Lilian Bond
Lisa Daniels
Lisa Daniels
Lisa Daniels
Lisa Daniels
Rama Bai
Rama Bai
Rhys Williams
Rhys Williams
Rhyse Williams and Frances Bavier
Rhyse Williams and Frances Bavier
Rhys Williams
Rhys Williams
TIta Phillips and Frances Bavier
TIta Phillips and Frances Bavier
TIta Phillips and Frances Bavier
TIta Phillips and Frances Bavier
Tita Phillips and Rhys Williams
Tita Phillips and Rhys Williams
Tita Phillips
Tita Phillips