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Inner Sanctum (October 15, 1948)

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Inner Sanctum
 

Released on October 15, 1948: (running time 62 minutes) A killer is stuck in a small town boarding house where a little boy lives who saw him dump a dead body onto a departing train.

Produced by Samuel Rheiner and Walter Shenson

Directed by Lew Landers

The Actors: Charles Russell (Harold Dunlap), Mary Beth Hughes (Jean Maxwell), Dale Belding (Mike Bennett), Billy House (newspaper man McFee), Fritz Leiber (Dr. Valonius), Nana Bryant (Mrs. Thelma Mitchell, landlady), Lee Patrick (Ruth Bennett), Roscoe Ates (Willie), Eddie Parks (Barney), and Eve Miller (Marie Kembar)

 
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Murder, Terror and Suspense, with a Touch of Macabre Comedy

Salted Caramel milk shakes, sweet and sour candies, crispy bacon dipped in melted chocolate. Some of the flavors that we can’t imagine side-by-side turn out to be very pleasant. Can you imagine genuine, heart-pounding terror combined with small-town feel-good comedy? It’s quite pleasant . . . . . except for the moments of fear that force us to hold back a blood-curdling scream.

On Tuesday January 7, 1941 families huddled around the radio after dinner to hear a new program about murder and mystery. A creaky door opened and announcer Ed Herlihy introduced the first episode of the Mysterious Circle of the Inner Sanctum. That program was an instant hit, and the show continued for eleven years. The actors taking part in the weekly horror series included Peter Lorre, Bela Lugose, Claude Rains, Richard Widmark, Frank Sinatra, Mary Astor, Helen Hayes, Orson Welles, and many more. You can listen to that first radio episode, and many more, over at Jimbo Radio, The Inner Sanctum —»

Six motion pictures were made with the Inner Sanctum theme, and this one is the final movie in the series. Clayburg is a small California town at the end of a road that will be cut off by rising floodwaters. Clayburg will be cut off from the world for a day or two, but before the bridge is washed away, a train pulls into the station and a little boy watches the mighty engine spewing smoke as it rumbles to a stop.

A little boy watches as a man dumps a dead woman’s body onto the train as it is pulling away. The man will now get away on foot, going far from the northbound train carrying the dead woman’s body. But the bridge will wash away and the man will be stuck in the small town. The man will be forced to stay in the local boarding house . . . . The same house where the little boy who watched him commit murder lives. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Dale Belding and the man
Dale Belding and the man
Billy House
Billy House
Billy House
Billy House
Charles Russell
Charles Russell
Charles Russell and Billy House
Charles Russell and Billy House
Charles Russell and Billy House
Charles Russell and Billy House
Charles Russell and Lee Patrick
Charles Russell and Lee Patrick
Charles Russell
Charles Russell
Charles Russell
Charles Russell
Dale Belding
Dale Belding
Dale Belding
Dale Belding
Dale Belding
Dale Belding
Eddie Parks
Eddie Parks
Eve Miller and Fritz Leiber
Eve Miller and Fritz Leiber
Eve Miller
Eve Miller
Fritz Leiber
Fritz Leiber
Lee Patrick and Billy House
Lee Patrick and Billy House
Lee Patrick and Dale Belding
Lee Patrick and Dale Belding
Lee Patrick and Dale Belding
Lee Patrick and Dale Belding
Lee Patrick
Lee Patrick
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes and Charles Russell
Mary Beth Hughes and Charles Russell
Mary Beth Hughes and Charles Russell
Mary Beth Hughes and Charles Russell
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes
Roscoe Ates
Roscoe Ates
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes
Nana Bryant and Lee Patrick
Nana Bryant and Lee Patrick
Nana Bryant and Roscoe Ates
Nana Bryant and Roscoe Ates
Roscoe Ates and Eddie Parks
Roscoe Ates and Eddie Parks