The Ghoul (November 25, 1933)

Loading the player...
Boris Karloff in The Ghoul
 

Released on November 25, 1933: An Ancient Curse Is About To Be Unleashed with the strangling hands of The Ghoul!

Directed by T. Hayes Hunter

The Actors: Boris Karloff (Professor Henry Morlant), Cedric Hardwicke (Broughton), Ernest Thesiger (Laing, Morlant's limping servant), Dorothy Hyson (Betty Harlon), Anthony Bushell (Ralph Morlant), Kathleen Harrison (Kaney, Betty's friend), Harold Huth (Aga Ben Dragore), D.A. Clarke-Smith (Mahmoud), Ralph Richardson (Nigel Hartley, the parson), Jack Raine (Davis, chauffeur), George Ralph (the doctor)

 

Free Download of the old Boris Karloff movie "The Ghoul"

The-Ghoul-1933.mp4 (705mb - 720x526)

The-Ghoul-1933-720p.mp4 (1.5gb - 986x720)

Revenge from the Grave for the Jewel of Eternal Life

Professor Henry Morlant, played by Boris Karloff, is dying. The wealthy man has spent his fortune to purchase the jewel of eternal life, stolen from the Egyptian grave of a Pharaoh. With only a few breaths of life remaining in his body, he orders his limping servant to place the jewel in his hand and then bind that hand with bandages to seal the jewel in his palm. Egyptian legend says that when the full moon shines on the door of his grave, if he is clutching the jewel of eternal life in his hand, he will come back to life, unwrap the jewel of life and put it into the palm of an Egyptian statue that will grant him eternal life.

Now, with only moments to live, the old professor tells his servant that he is the only man that he fully trusts to obey his orders, and the servant begins to wrap the old man’s hand with the jewel of life clutched in it.

The next evening at sunset the old man is buried in a tomb with his bandaged hand, and the family gathers in the old mansion to hear the last will and testament of the old fellow. Unfortunately, the trusted limping servant has stolen the jewel of life and bandaged the old man’s hand with nothing clutched in his fist.

On the night of the first full moon, with a mansion full of relatives and other strange people, the dead man comes to life and staggers out of his grave and towards his mansion, in search of the jewel of life that should have been clasped in his hand. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Dorothy Hyson and Boris Karloff
Dorothy Hyson and Boris Karloff
Cedric Hardwicke
Cedric Hardwicke
Anthony Bushell
Anthony Bushell
Anthony Bushell and Dorothy Hyson
Anthony Bushell and Dorothy Hyson
Anthony Bushell and Dorothy Hyson
Anthony Bushell and Dorothy Hyson
Anthony Bushell and Harold Huth
Anthony Bushell and Harold Huth
Anthony Bushell
Anthony Bushell
Boris Karloff
Boris Karloff
Cedric Hardwicke and Ralph Richardson
Cedric Hardwicke and Ralph Richardson
Cedric Hardwicke
Cedric Hardwicke
D.A. Clarke Smith
D.A. Clarke Smith
Dorothy Hyson and Anthony Bushell
Dorothy Hyson and Anthony Bushell
Dorothy Hyson, Cedric Hardwicke and Kathleen Harrison
Dorothy Hyson, Cedric Hardwicke and Kathleen Harrison
Dorothy Hyson
Dorothy Hyson
Ernest Thesiger
Ernest Thesiger
Ernest Thesiger and Boris Karloff
Ernest Thesiger and Boris Karloff
Ernest Thesiger
Ernest Thesiger
George Relph and Ernest Thesiger
George Relph and Ernest Thesiger
Harold Huth and D.A. Clarke-Smith
Harold Huth and D.A. Clarke-Smith
Harold Huth
Harold Huth
Jack Raine and Cedric Hardwicke
Jack Raine and Cedric Hardwicke
Kathleen Harrison and Dorothy Hyson
Kathleen Harrison and Dorothy Hyson
Kathleen Harrison and Anthony Bushell
Kathleen Harrison and Anthony Bushell
Ralph Richardson
Ralph Richardson