Indestructible Man (March 25, 1956)

Indestructible Man
 

Released on March 2, 1946: (running time 1 hour and 11 minutes) 300,000 Volts of Horror! This Sci-Fi Horror movie is about a dead criminal that is accidently exposed to high voltage electricity that causes him not only to come back to life, but to be seemingly invincible.

Produced by Jack Pollexfen

Directed by Jack Pollexfen

The Actors: Lon Chaney Jr. (The Butcher and Charles Benton), Max Showalter (Police Lieutenant Richard Chasen), Marian Carr (Eva Martin), Ross Elliott (Paul Lowe, attorney), Stuart Randall (Police Lieutenant John Lauder), Ken Terrell (Joe Marcelli), Marjorie Stapp (hysterical young woman), Robert Shayne (Professor Bradshaw), Peggy Maley (Francine, the blonde stripper), Robert Foulk (Harry, the bar owner), Rita Green (Carney's 'bait'), Roy Engel (desk sergeant), Madge Cleveland (old frump in bar), Ann Doran (police dispatcher in scene taken from the movie 'He Walked by Night'), Marvin Ellis (Squeamy Ellis), Joe Flynn (Bradshaw's Assistant), Dorothy Ford (tall stripper), Lyle Latell (police sergeant), Eddie Marr (Carney con man), Harlan Warde (police dispatcher in scene taken from the movie 'He Walked by Night')

 

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Today the Penn Square shopping mall and Belle Isle Station shopping center are located in a suburb just outside Oklahoma City. In 1906 this area hosted a small lake that was at the end of the Oklahoma City streetcar line. Silent screen star and stage actor Lon Chaney and his wife Cleva, a cabaret singer, were staying at the edge of Belle Isle Lake while performing in Oklahoma City.

Cleva was seven months pregnant, so Cleva’s mother, a nurse by profession, was staying with them. Cleva unexpectedly went into labor and her young son was stillborn. Unable to get the baby boy to start breathing, Lon Chaney took the baby outside into the cold February air and dunked him rapidly into the frigid waters of Belle Isle Lake.

The baby suddenly cried out and started breathing, giving a second chance at life to the baby boy who would become the famous actor Lon Chaney Jr.

In this science fiction horror story, actor Lon Chaney Jr. is “Butcher” Benton, a gangster sentenced to die in the electric chair. A mad scientist takes possession of the dead gangster’s body and manages to give him a second chance at life.
When the dead gangster is made alive again, he cannot speak, but his body is so strong that even bullets cannot harm him, and he has super-human strength. While he is as strong as a superhero, instead of doing good, his mission is to kill the other men in his gang.

It seems that there is no person and no weapon that can stop this mad monster as he roams the city spreading death and destruction. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
The Eyes of Lon Chaney Jr. as the Indestructible Man
The Eyes of Lon Chaney Jr. as the Indestructible Man
Eddy Marr, Reita Green and Lon Chaney Jr.
Eddy Marr, Reita Green and Lon Chaney Jr.
Joe Flynn and Robert Shayne
Joe Flynn and Robert Shayne
Ken Terrell, Robert Foulk and Ross Elliott
Ken Terrell, Robert Foulk and Ross Elliott
Ken Terrell
Ken Terrell
Ken Terrell and Marvin Press
Ken Terrell and Marvin Press
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Madge Cleveland
Madge Cleveland
Marian Carr
Marian Carr
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr and Peggy Maley
Marian Carr and Peggy Maley
Marian Carr and Peggy Maley
Marian Carr and Peggy Maley
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr and Max Showalter
Marian Carr
Marian Carr
Marian Carr and Lon Chaney Jr.
Marian Carr and Lon Chaney Jr.
Marian Carr
Marian Carr
Marvin Press
Marvin Press
Marvin Press and Robert Foulk
Marvin Press and Robert Foulk
Marvin Press
Marvin Press
Max Showalter
Max Showalter
Max Showalter and Stuart Randall
Max Showalter and Stuart Randall
Max Showalter
Max Showalter
Peggy Maley
Peggy Maley
Reita Green
Reita Green
Reita Green
Reita Green
Anne Gwynne
Reita Green
Robert Foulk and Marian Carr
Robert Foulk and Marian Carr
Robert Shayne and Joe Flynn
Robert Shayne and Joe Flynn
Ross Elliott
Ross Elliott
Roy Engle, Max Showalter and Stuart Randall
Roy Engle, Max Showalter and Stuart Randall
Stuart Randall and Ross Elliott
Stuart Randall and Ross Elliott