The Ghost Walks (December 13, 1934)
Released on December 13, 1934: On a dark and stormy night, the people in a secluded mansion begin disappearing, one by one, as a ghost stalks the house.
Produced by Muray M. Cohen
Directed by Frank R. Strayer
Written by Charles Belden
The Actors: John Miljan (Prescott Ames), June Collyer (Gloria Shaw), Richard Carle (Herman Wood, theatrical producer), Henry Kolker (Dr. Kent), Johnny Arthur (Homer Erskine, Wood's secretary), Spencer Charters (insane asylum guard), Donald Kirke (Terry Gray), Eve Southern (Beatrice Gray, Terry's sister), Douglas Gerrard (Carroway, Kent's butler), Wilson Benge (Jarvis), and Jack Shutta (head guard)
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Might as well go to Bed . . . It's Easier to Die There Anyway!
Usually when I watch a movie that I have never seen before, as I enjoy the story plot I am thinking about how to tease you into watching the movie. Sometimes for a horror movie I can lead you down the path just far enough to show you the unknown horror that might be ahead. Of course, few movies are unique, and once we get to a certain point in the story we can usually predict how the story will end.
Well, friends, I just finished watching The Ghost Walks, and a few minutes before the ending I was thinking that I would present a horror mystery to you, and inform you that you will not know exactly what is going on until the final scene . . . But something unusual has happened.
I watched the show from beginning to end, and after the final scene, as the screen dissolves into blackness, I am still not sure what exactly happened. My confusion is not because I did not understand the plot and sub-plots, and it is not because the story was written or presented badly. My confusion is the delicious result of watching the plot and sub-plots with delight, trying in vain to predict the next step, and as the story ends, I am still not exactly sure of what is real and what is not. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Richard Carle, Donald Kirke and June Collyer
Eve Southern and Richard Carle
Eve Southern an Spencer Charters
John Miljan and Wilson Benge
John Miljan and Henry Kolker
June Collyer and John Miljan
June Collyer, Johnny Arthur and Donald Kirke
June Arthur, Richard Carle and Johnny Arthur
Richard Carle and Johnny Arthur
Wilson Benge and John Miljan